While the LG Nexus 4 and Google Nexus 7 have had massive hype and praises behind them, the Google Nexus 10 from Samsung has been a little more quiet. In fact, it is also the only one of the Nexus devices that is available on the Play Store at the moment (the others are sold out). Continue reading
The full size Android Jelly Bean 4.2 tablet, the Google Nexus 10, has a great price tag and hardware and therefore there was no surprise when the Google Play Store sold out of the device. Continue reading
The Google Nexus 10 is as elusive as its other Nexus brothers like the Nexus 7 and LG Nexus 4. It has been sold out in the Play Store in all storage options and there are no signs of it returning. Continue reading
The Google Nexus 10 is the full-size pure Android 4.2 tablet that Samsung and Google partnered on. With its great hardware and reasonable price tag, it came as no surprise that it is currently sold out in the Google Play Store. Continue reading
With Christmas now just around the corner, many Android fans will be shopping for gifts for themselves and others. One of the hottest products this year is the Nexus range no doubt, however they are tougher to get your hands on than even diamonds at the moment. Continue reading
Anyone who is in the market for a brand new tablet this year certainly has plenty to choose from. So which would you choose between the Surface RT from Microsoft, the iPad 4, iPad Mini, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10? Continue reading
Google have taken on Apple and its iPad 4 with its top end Nexus 10 tablet. So which of these two superb full sized tablets would you choose as the winner? Continue reading
Two of the best tablets in the 10 inch range at the moment are the Nexus 10 from Google and the iPad 4 from Apple. So can the Nexus 10 measure up to the more popular iPad series? Continue reading
There is a war going on this Christmas for the title of the best tablet. While it might make sense to compare two of the best, which are the Nexus 10 and the iPad 4 from Apple, in regards to the price tag battle then you have to compare the iPad Mini and the Nexus 10 as they do come in closer. Continue reading
One of the great tablets on the market at the moment is the Google Nexus 10 tablet, it is selling out just as the LG Nexus 4 has been doing in the Google Play Store. At the moment it is not in stock and there is no telling when units may become available again. Continue reading
The Samsung built Google Nexus 10 tablet is as hot of a seller as the LG Nexus 4 and continues to fly off the virtual shelves over at the Google Play Store. In fact, it is currently out of stock and there is no word when it will become available again. Continue reading
There has been a shipping update for everyone that showed interest in getting the LG Nexus 4 or the Nexus 10 tablet. Both of these devices are going to launch today, 13th November, which means it will be a crazy day as Google are offering the Nexus 4 on a first come, first served basis. Continue reading
Can’t wait for November 13th when the Google Nexus 10 and LG Nexus 4 officially go on sale? Then today may be your lucky day, if it is the Google tablet that you are after. Continue reading
Google have recently announced the Nexus tablet, along with their new smartphone line-up by way of the LG Nexus 4. They also mentioned that they have yet another update to their OS in the form of Android 4.2, which will still be called Jelly Bean.
Android 4.2 Jelly Bean features
While this isn’t what you would call a major upgrade, the new OS does bring some new features. One of the first handsets to get the OS is the LG Nexus 4, along with the Nexus 10 tablet, both of which should be available on the 13th November. The operating system should then be released to other handsets; however when this will happen depends on the carrier. So here are 3 of the best features of Android 4.2 you need to know about.
If you are a fan of Swype then you will love the new keyboard that comes with the update. This offers basically the same as Swype, as you can use gestures for typing, which is said to make typing faster. Swype of course isn’t the easiest thing to setup on your device given that it isn’t available via the Play Store. So this is a welcomed addition.
Multi-user support is coming to tablets with Android 4.2. This means that you can share a tablet and have your own background, widgets, home screen, apps and games. New users will be able to simply log in to their own “desktop” on tablets. It is thought that this feature will not be available on handsets like the LG Nexus 4 because Nokia have a patent for multi-user phones.
Daydream is a smart screen saver basically. You can show off your photos or have the headline of news if you want. If you are into stock trading there is nothing to stop you from having market wires as your screen saver.
Excited for Android 4.2 Jelly Bean yet?
Those interested in the Nexus 10 are in for a treat as BriefMobile has posted a video showing the Nexus device and its speed, along with the lock screen of Android 4.2 in landscape orientation. The video is short, but it shows off the overall form factor of the device far better than photos which were leaked yesterday as well as a sneak peek at Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. Continue reading
On the run up to the Google event, which is being held next week, there are many rumours going around about devices and software. There have been rumours of a new Nexus program and an upgrade to Android. The latest is the specs of the Google Nexus 10 and Android 4.2. Continue reading
Google have been seeing hints and leaks about their 10 inch Nexus tablet inadvertently pop up online for many weeks. This will be in competition with the iPad 4 of course and it is thought that it will be revealed on Monday, when Google hold their event in NY. Continue reading