The Nexus 4 is the fourth Nexus smartphone till date and is manufactured by LG.
The smartphone is powered by the latest Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS that boasts features like Photo Sphere, Miracast support and more.
The LG-made device features an 8MP that lets you snap 360 degree panoramas with Photo Sphere. The device supports full HD video recording and has features like continuous focus, real-time zoom, and time lapse mode.
The Nexus 4 sports a 4.7-inch True-HD IPS display coated with Corning Gorilla Glass 2. It has a 1280x768 pixel resolution translating to 320 ppi.
Under the hood, the smartphone features a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor with 2GB RAM. The device will be available in 8/16GB storage options.
The 8GB Nexus 4 will sell for $299 and the 16GB model will be priced at $349 in the U.S. (contract-free version). The device will be made available on the Google Play Store on November 13 in U.S., U.K., Canada, Germany, France, Spain and Australia.
Google has refreshed the Nexus 7 lineup with the addition of a 32GB Wi-Fi only model and a separate 3G model with HSPA+connectivity offering 32GB storage capacity.
Manufactured by Asus, the tablet is powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor with 1GB RAM for faster processing capabilities
The tablet features a 7-inch multi-touch LCD display with 1280x800 pixel resolution (216 ppi).
The Nexus 7 will come pre-installed with Android 4.2 offering interesting features such as Swype-like gesture typing and a predictive text input.
Users can head over to the Google Play store to access over 675,000 apps and games along with over 4 million eBook titles, magazines, songs, movies and TV shows.
The Wi-Fi only 32GB Nexus 7 will be available for $249 while the the unlocked model of the 32GB Nexus 7 3G version with HSPA+ connectivity will be offered at $299 starting November 13 in the U.S., U.K., Australia, France, Germany, Spain and Canada.
The Nexus 10 is the first 10-inch tablet from Google, made by Samsung.
At 8.9mm thickness and weighing 603g, the Nexus 10 sports a 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution translating into a pixel density of 300 ppi.
The tablet is powered by a dual-core A15 processor and Mali T604 chip with 2GB RAM. Internal storage options include 16/32GB. Users can watch full HD movies on the tablet, which supports a 16:9 aspect ratio.
With Google Play adding magazines, users can buy from hundreds of popular titles including interactive and high-resolution issues or subscribe to favourites on the Play Store.
The Nexus 10 runs on Android 4.2 that brings an improved Google Now with more cards stating flight information, hotel confirmations, shipping details and restaurant reservations and multiple user sign in.
The entry-level Nexus 10 will be sold at $399 starting November 13 in the US, Britain, Australia, France, Germany, Spain, Canada and Japan. The only other option is a 32GB Wi-Fi only Nexus 10 that costs $499.
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