Catering to all sorts of hand-sizes and mobile computing needs, Google today officially unveils three new devices coming from their Nexus line of gadgetry.
Starting with the Nexus 4 – the flagship Google phone the company developed with LG comes with a quad-core processor, 4.7″ at 320ppi display, wireless charging and Android 4.2. The new version of Android which ships with Nexus 4 contains updates like Photo Spherere for 360 degree imaging, Gesture Typing for easily gliding on the on-screen keyboard, and support for wireless display for wirelessly watching movies on HDTVs ala AirPLay.
Meanwhile the Nexus 7 tablet gets a storage upgrade to 16GB at $199 while the 32GB version is priced at $249. Those who want mobile data could get the HSPA+ 32GB version at $299, which could operate on more than 200 GSM providers worldwide like AT&T and T-Mobile in the US.
The Nexus 10, which Google claims to be the highest resolution device in the world at 300ppi screen density on a 10.055-inch panel, at a staggering 4 million pixels. This Samsung-made tablet comes with nine hours of video playback and 500 hours of standby time, front-facing stereo speakers and Android 4.2
Check out the complete specs of these new devices at the Google Play Store here.