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LG Could Be In The Running To Make Next Nexus Smartphone

05/02/2013, Google has successfully made the jump to the hardware market with their Nexus family of smartphones and tablets, although the manufacturing part is still outsourced to other notable names such as Asus, HTC, Samsung and LG. Well, we do know that Google has...

New Nexus Smartphones To Come With Fantastic Cameras?

02/18/2013, Right now, you can more or less say that Sony Mobile has the best working cameras on smartphones with the sensor that they use, although the folks over at Nokia also would want to put in their 2 cents’ worth. Well, it seems that future generations of...

Google Patent Points To Multiple LED Flash

01/29/2013, Patents are interesting (and definitely valuable) things to own, and here we are with word that Google was recently granted a patent for a mobile device that will feature multiple LED flashes. Yes sir, just when you thought that the only way to improve a...

Google Pushing Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean To Nexus 4, 7, & 10

11/27/2012, If you happen to own a Nexus 4 or a Nexus 10, then you must consider yourself lucky because Google seems to be pushing out Android 4.2.1 to the aforementioned devices today. Folks over at XDA Developers were among the first to break the news. Some Nexus 7...

Google Nexus 4 by LG officially announced

10/29/2012, The rumors were spot on. LG and Google has just announced the Nexus 4, Google’s newest addition to its Nexus line-up. Touted by LG as the “best of Google in the palm of your hand,” the Nexus 4 features a 4.7-inch True HD IPS Plus display...

Rumor: The Nexus 10 Will Have a 2560×1600 Screen

10/24/2012, We know that Google’s announcing something Android in New York City on October 29. We’re pretty sure that there’s going to be a 32GB Nexus 7 introduced, along with possibly a Nexus phone, and the possibility of a 10-inch Nexus Tablet....

LG Nexus priced at $399, to be available on Google Play?

10/12/2012, So it has been more or less confirmed that LG themselves will have their very own version of a Nexus device, which would mean HTC, Samsung and LG all have had their stab at the Nexus brand name, with Samsung being the most successful out of the three to...