If you want to buy a Nexus 7 from Google but haven’t gotten around to doing it, today is a good day to finally pull the trigger. After today, customers who buy the Nexus 7 will no longer get $25 of credit in the Google Play Store along with their purchase.
Google’s executive chairman Eric Schmidt is visiting South Korea, which is home to several major Android smartphone manufacturers like Samsung and LG. But aside from just Mr. Schmidt, Google is bringing another thing to Korea: the Nexus 7.
Google’s Executive Chairman, Eric Schmidt, has been helping to launch the Nexus 7 tablet in South Korea. He also met with Samsung and spoke out about the patent war with Apple.
If someone had told us a year and a half ago that 7-inch tablets would challenge 10-inchers’ popularity, we would have had no trouble in calling that someone out of his frigging mind. However, the unexpected has happened, and, mostly due to Amazon and Google’s fine efforts, 7-inchers are starting to feel more like the norm than the exception.
Android superhero Jean-Baptiste Queru has reminded us once again that the Verizon Galaxy Nexus is in fact, a Nexus. It may not get updates in a timely manner. It may not get updates before other non-Nexus devices get updates, but dammit, it’s a Nexus. Factory images are now available for the Verizon Galaxy Nexus and a new batch of Nexus binaries as well.
Now that the iPhone 5 has been officially launched in several markets, we’re able to compare it with the hottest Android handsets in town. In fact we have already pitted it against the Samsung Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Nexus, the HTC One X and the LG Optimus 4X HD. In case you’re also interested in durability tests, you’ll also have to see our iPhone 5 vs Galaxy S3 drop test performed right on iPhone 5 launch day.
The Medias Tab UL from NTT DoCoMo is the lightest Android tablet on the market, beating out the heavier Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire HD.
As the saying goes: all good things must come to an end. Google has announced that the current $25 Google Play credit promotion will end on September 30, 2012. If you haven’t picked up your Nexus 7 and loaded it with free content, your time is running out.
AOKP Jelly Bean Build 2 is an extension of Build 1, in that the feature gaps in 1 have been filled in and then some. I mean, seriously, look at this Christmas list of items and tell me if you find anything missing!
Rejoice all ye ICS and Jelly Bean users! XDA forums has provided yet another wonderful solution to rooting your device, via member Bin4ry.