Does Nexus 7 4G compatible with 3G too.
Can anyone of you let me know the 3G frequency it will support?
As per tech crunch page, it has been mentioned as 3G compatible.
I have seen Nexus 9 official page but there is no concept of turbo charging specifically mentioned there. So I have doubt that is it compatible with turbo charger or support faster charging with high capacity based USB charger?
I have a 2013 Nexus 7 and tried to download the Jawbone UP app, but the Google Play store reports that the device is not compatible. I hear reports that it runs on a Nexus 4. Does anyone know the technical reason this app would not work on a Nexus 7?
Canonical is dropping Ubuntu touch support for a wave of Nexus phones and tablets, including the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7 (2012), and Nexus 10. Nexus 5 support is also on hold for the time being. Engineers confirmed the unfortunate news in a phone mail list, stating that the company was focusing all efforts on the newer Nexus devices.
I really want Ubuntu on a tablet, but the Nexus 7 is just to small for my tastes. I feel as though the Nexus 10 would be a much better fit. Should I just get the Nexus 7 or should I expect a Nexus 10 compatible installer in the near future?
The LG Nexus 4 is either a great new flagship, or a half-baked device missing several important features, depending on who you ask. Unfortunately it looks like the latter is getting a little more ammunition as it’s recently surfaced that the Nexus 4 has no USB OTG (on-the-go) support. USB OTG cables allow users to connect a mouse, keyboard, flash drive, etc.