Google new Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 are going to be available for order tomorrow on Google Play, and if you haven’t done so yet, you may want to read our full review of the devices by following the previous links.
Now, there were a couple of features in this Android 4.2 (still Jelly Bean) update that were not ready yet at review time, one of which was the screen lock widget (keep in mind that 3rd party can develop lock screen widgets), and the other was the multi-user support for the Google Nexus 10 tablet.
As of tomorrow, Google will have a complete line up that spans from a 4.7″ smartphone, a 7″ quad-core tablet (read our Nexus 7 review) and a powerful next-generation dual-core 10″ tablet with a amazing display. The most attractive part is the pricing: $299+ for the no-contract Nexus 4, $199+ for the Nexus 7 tablet and $399+ for the Nexus 10 tablet. Everyone interested in getting something in these categories should at least check them out: the value is simply phenomenal.
- 2014-03-27: Sailfish OS For Nexus 4 Released
- 2013-12-05: Android 4.4.1 Update For Nexus 4 And Nexus 7 Now Available
- 2013-11-25: Nexus 4 Android 4.4 KRT16S Build Causing Issues For Some Users
- 2013-11-20: Nexus 4 Android 4.4 KitKat OTA Update Reportedly Rolling Out
- 2013-11-19: Official Nexus Wireless Charger Goes Up For Sale For $50
- 2013-02-12: Android 4.2.2 Update Hit Nexus 7, Nexus 10, Maybe Nexus 4
- 2012-11-15: Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 shipments in the U.S. begins, 32GB Nexus 7 with HSPA+ sells out
- 2012-11-02: Nexus 10 Review
- 2012-10-29: Android 4.2 Preview with the Google Nexus 4
- 2012-10-29: Android 4.2 Jelly Bean announced with Photo Sphere camera and gesture typing