With Google’s The Playground is Open event only days away, we have already seen the Google Play Store “de-list” the 8GB version of the Google Nexus 7 tablet. A 32GB Nexus 7 device is in the works along with a 3G-enabled variant, which apparently has prompted some retailers in the UK to guess these devices will be announced next Monday.
Google’s Nexus 4 isn’t just any Android device; it’s the flagship Android device. It’s the only current smartphone that wields the premium Nexus name, and the only handset running Google’s latest iteration in Android, version 4.2 Jelly Bean part deux. Moreover, the Nexus 4 undoubtedly serves as the most highly anticipated smartphone of 2012, and quite possibly the most rumored.
Hello guys! I have recently decided to buy a new phone, and after some searching on the internet, I cannot decide between the following phones (they all have the same price from where I buy them): Optimus G, Nexus 4 and Galaxy S3 LTE.
I'm in a dilemma here.
Since a month ago, the Nexus 7 16GB Wi-Fi price has come down in my country.
Because it's not sold by Google (it's sold by ASUS distributors), the price was hovering at $320. But now it has come down to $220.
It's getting really hard to resist buying.
At long last, Google has officially announced what has been perhaps their worst kept secret in a while: the Nexus 5.
The Nexus 5 had seen more than its fair share of early outs, with everything from fleeting, "accidental" appearances in the hands of Google employees in quickly-deleted promo videos to full-blown product pages going up on the Google Play store ahead of time.
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The Nexus 5 is here! The Nexus 5 is here!
After months of hype and more questionably "accidental" leaks than any device in recent memory, Google announced their new flagship Android handset this morning.
I've only had the device in my hands for a few hours, so it'll be a few days before I'm ready to give my final yay or nay on this thing.
According to a leak from UK based phone retailer Carphone Warehouse, our Nexus 7 storage problems are soon to be over. The image above clearly lists a 32gb version of the flagship Google tablet and although it doesn’t say how much the new version will cost, I’m willing to bet it’ll be around $300, which is still less than its rival, the 32gb iPad.