"What we're seeing is the establishment of the new high end," said Richard Shim, an analyst at DisplaySearch. Google's high-end 32GB Nexus 10 model is priced at $499 ($399 with 16GB). By comparison, Apple's 32GB Wi-Fi iPad is $599. And the lower-priced Nexus 10 includes impressive iPad-busting hardware specifications, making it harder for Apple to distinguish itself on hardware alone. "Apple has always demanded a premium for their products and we'll see during the holiday season how much [market share] they're able to hold onto," said Shim, who correctly anticipated the new tablet, telling CNET earlier in the month that Google would hook up with Samsung on a very-high-resolution 10-inch tablet .
The Nexus 10, announced today, boasts features such as Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean), a 2560-by-1600 pixel density 10-inch display and a dual-core ARM Cortex A15 protective hardshell case for apple iphone xr - silver foil/no glitz no glory silver glitter processor, the first tablet from a top-tier vendor to use ARM's latest chip technology, The iPad is still ahead on connectivity, though, Google is not currently offering a version of the Nexus 10 with 3G or 4G/LTE, And, needless to say, hardware alone does not define a device, Nexus 10, Retina iPad key metrics: the Google tablet is thinner, lighter, and boasts a higher pixel density..
Pricing for the phone is also extremely competitive, with an 8GB version to be sold for AU$349, and a 16GB model to sell for AU$399. Curiously, there have been no larger storage options announced, and no microSD card slots on the devices to expand this memory. The Nexus 4 is the latest Google Nexus handset in a series of smartphones designed to showcase the latest versions of the Android operating system. As such, the Nexus 4 will run on Android 4.2, codenamed Jelly Bean, and will have a handful of new features, including a new photography tool called Photo Sphere, which can take panorama photos horizontally and vertically to create a dome-like image from a single point of view.
With OEM partner LG, Google has created a powerful handset by today's standards, with a quad-core 1.5GHz protective hardshell case for apple iphone xr - silver foil/no glitz no glory silver glitter Qualcomm S4 processor, 2GB of RAM and a 4.7-inch 720p HD resolution screen, The phone also supports Qi wireless charging, which is a first for an Android phone, Google will sell a wireless charging Orb accessory, but the adoption of the Qi tech means that Nexus 4 owners should be able to take advantage of any public charging mats installed in cafes by Nokia in support of its Lumia 920 smartphone..
LG has confirmed that the new Android flagship with be available to Australians from mid-November, unlocked, through the Google Play store. Following Google's unveiling of the new Nexus 4 handset overnight, LG has confirmed that the new Android flagship with be available to Australians from mid-November, unlocked, through the Google Play store. In a statement, LG also suggested that the handset will be available through traditional bricks-and-mortar stores, with details on these sales channels to be announced at the end of November. If sales of the Nexus 4 follow the trend set by the Nexus 7 tablet, we can expect to see the phone in a number of major electronics retailers, like Dick Smith and Bing Lee.