Ever since Apple unveiled the company’s first “affordable” tablet, the iPad mini, all everyone could think about is if it will blend or not.
Last week, Google unveiled new Nexus devices including a mild Nexus 7 refresh. The company retired the 8GB model and introduced two 32GB versions, a Wi-Fi-only tablet and a Nexus 7 3G.
Are you looking to buy cheaper Android devices this holiday season, and especially during Black Friday, which takes place this year on November 23? Well then you’re in luck as we’re going to keep an eye on what gadget retailers will have to offer.
With the iPad mini finally out and about, it’s time to see how Apple’s first ever “affordable” (but non-compromised) tablet behaves in reality and how it shapes up against the competition.
Answering to various questions related to Google’s recent new product announcements, John Lagerling, Google’s director of business development for Android, revealed during an interview with The New York Times details about potential Motorola Nexus plans. Just don’t get too excited!
Before we get started this week, let’s take a moment and put our thoughts and prays with all of those that felt the wrath of Hurricane Sandy. From all of us here at Android Authority, our hearts go out to you, your families, and your loved ones. This past Monday, Google had an Android event scheduled. They told us the playground was open. However, do to Hurricane Sandy, the event in New York City was canceled. Immediately the collective heart of the Android community sank. We had tons of questions as this was reminiscent of last years delayed launch, sadly…
Praises aside, there’s a gap of information concerning the Nexus 7 that’s missing even after Google and Asus released their Q3 financial reports. We’re still left guessing just how many units of the quad-core slate have been sold in the market. Thankfully, Asus Chief Financial Officer David Chang is here to give us some numbers.
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Google unveiled new Nexus products yesterday, including new tablets such as the Samsung Nexus 10 and the 32GB Asus Nexus 7 (Wi-Fi and Cellular models), which will be the main weapons of the Search giant against Apple’s iPad and iPad mini models this holiday season.
Even though Google cancelled today’s media announcement due to Hurricane Sandy – and we received official word that it won’t be rescheduled for a later date – the company went ahead and unveiled new products. After all, Google wasn’t going to let the tech world talk about Windows Phone 8 devices today, was it?