Google has introduced 3 variants of its Google Nexus Smartphone. The 3 variants come in different sizes – 4-inch, 7-inch and 10-inch and are referred to as small, medium and large.
Nexus runs on Android 4.2, a new flavor of Jelly Bean—which includes the latest version of Google Now and other great new features such a gesture typing. The feature lets you simply glide fingers over letters you want to type rather than tapping and adds compatibility for Miracast wireless displays so you can watch YouTube videos, play games and do a lot more on your HDTV wirelessly.
Google Nexus 4
The $299 Nexus 4 smartphone has been developed with the combined efforts from LG. Although it does not have LTE support, it includes a quad-core processor, a 4.7″ (320 ppi) display, and a wireless charging surface. So, it has certain features that the last Nexus phone did not. Apart from this Google Nexus 4 comes with 2 gigabytes of RAM, a 8-megapixel rear camera, a 1.3MP front-facing camera and an NFC connection.
Nexus 4 will be priced as follows: 8GB for $299; 16GB for $349 and will be available unlocked and without a contract on 11/13 on the Google Play store in the U.S., U.K., Australia, France, Germany, Spain and Canada. The 16GB version will also be available through T-Mobile for $199, with a 2-year contract.
Google Nexus 7
Google Nexus 7 looks like a mid-size tablet that is thin, light and portable. It has high-speed data options available too. The 16GB model costs $199 while the 32GB model ships at a price of $249. Google is also planning to upgrade Nexus 7, the seven-inch tablet to include a cellular data connection.
Nexus 7 with 16GB will cost $199 and 32GB will cost $249. It will be available in the U.S., U.K., Australia, France, Germany, Spain, Canada and Japan, and also Gamestop, Office Depot, Office Max, Staples and Walmart. Nexus 7 with 32GB and mobile data at $299 and unlocked, will go on sale on 11/13 in the Google Play store in the U.S., U.K., Australia, France, Germany, Spain and Canada.
Google Nexus 10
Google Nexus 10 is a 10-inch tablet developed with Samsung, meant to compete directly with the larger iPad. The tablet has highest resolution of any tablet at 2560-by-1600 (300ppi). Besides, it comes with a powerful battery that gives you up to nine hours of video playback. The device starts at a price of $400 which is some $100 less than the cheapest iPad. With 100$ price less, Google surely owes a chance of selling plenty of Nexus tablets. And with the new line showing off latest mobile software, the chances are even more.
A 16GB Nexus 10 is available for $399; 32GB for $499. It will be available on 11/13 in the Google Play Store in the U.S., U.K., Australia, France, Germany, Spain, Canada and Japan. You’ll also be able to purchase the 32GB version in more than 2,000 Walmart stores in the U.S.