November 13th has come and gone, and the lucky few of you out there that managed to purchase an LG Nexus 4 are now just patiently awaiting shipping. We have good news: shipment confirmation emails are starting to roll out today.
When the first rumors broke out that Google would introduce a 32GB Nexus 7 model, many people assumed that Google would be keeping the 8GB an 16GB models in place, with the former to be sold at just $99.
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!
With the recently announced Samsung Nexus 10 we get a powerful Android 10-inch tablet that even manages to beat out Apple’s retina display. The only question left is whether or not the tablet’s excellent resolution is good enough to compete with in-print magazine pages.
Android fans following the Nexus news today know that Google has unveiled a bunch of new products, all ready to run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean right out of the box, including the LG Nexus 4, the Samsung Nexus 10 and the Asus Nexus 7 (32GB Wi-Fi and 32GB Wi-Fi+3G version).
One of the most bizarre Android related rumors in a while was started by a Google Switzerland employee less than 24 hours ago and spread like wildfire around the web. John Mueller uploaded a couple of unsuspecting photos to Picasa that, after a closer look, seemed to hide a dark secret.
The Nexus leak factory has been relentlessly churning its goods in the past weeks, and it doesn’t look like there’s any sign of slowing down. Two days ago the world got their hands on the Nexus 10 tablet manual early, now the Nexus 4 too has its “Quick Start” booklet revealed ahead of its introduction.
Australia has often received Nexus devices quite a bit later than many other major markets such as the United States. This pattern changed when the Nexus 7 debuted, and is likely to continue with the LG Nexus 4. Hoping to get your hands on the Nexus 4 in Australia right away, without a contract? The Australian Google Play store seems to have released a small hint suggesting that the highly-anticipated smartphone will be sold directly by Google.
A Korean site leaked two supposed photos of the Nexus 10 manual, one showing the cover and one showing the “getting started” section. While the first image reveals little more than the official name of the device, the second photo shows us that Samsung and Google may have borrowed heavily from the design of the Galaxy Note 10.1, the pen-enabled tablet that the Koreans launched this summer.
It looks like LG has officially confirmed that Google will announce the Nexus 4 smartphone later this month. The one catch at this point, the handset has only been confirmed as coming to one market.