The original Google Nexus 7 gave Android-powered tablets the marketshare Microsoft could only dream of by combining a feature rich specsheet with a low price. With the new Google Nexus 7, Google and ASUS team up once again to see if they can further grow the Android tablet marketshare.
New Nexus 7? Oh yes, something that has been hiding in the distance for a while now, at least after Google I/O didn’t show off Google’s next iteration of its popular Nexus tablet. The Nexus 7 successor, dubbed the NEW Nexus 7, will supposedly launch next week, quite possibly at Google’s event on Wednesday, but…
Google seems to be up to quite a bit if the Wall Street Journal is to be believed. Redesigning the Motorola logo and teaming up with OEMs isn’t all they’re up to and they are apparently preparing to go big.
Common sense and recent rumours have suggested that ASUS and Google are preparing a successor to the hugely popular ASUS Google Nexus 7, which by all indications has become the best selling Android powered tablet of all time. The $199 tablet took the world by storm when it brought a great set of features to…
What is White, runs stock Android, has a pretty amazing price tag and does not feature LTE? If you guessed the LG Nexus 4, you would be correct. The South Koreans today officially unveiled the white version of the Google Nexus 4 that has leaked before, but nothing definitive to date.
Google seems to have dropped the idea for a new Nexus device at this year’s Google I/O, instead the company chose to give the new Samsung Galaxy S4 an oomphf by announcing the Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Edition, a version of the S4 running on a stock version of Android Jelly Bean.
The LG Nexus 4 seems to be getting more and popular around the rumoursphere nowadays; the device is said to relaunch at this year’s Google I/O with a lower price tag, official LTE support and now in a white variant.
A year after Google unveiled the Asus made Nexus 7 to the world, going on to sell millions of the devices, they seem to be preparing a successor that may be unveiled at Google I/O next week.
LG is reportedly getting ready to manufacture the Google Nexus 5 after Google inked a deal that sees the Koreans making yet another Nexus device for Google, at least that’s what The Korea Times is reporting.
The LG Google Nexus 4 has had LTE ever since it was first launched in 2012, but the feature was never officially available, but that didn’t stop hacks from enabling the feature. Well, the feature may just become officially available soon.