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Google Will Launch Android 4.2, Nexus 10 Tablet & Nexus 4 Phone At Their 29th Oct. Event
(22-10-2012)
 
Google Will Launch Android 4.2, Nexus 10 Tablet & Nexus 4 Phone At Their 29th Oct. Event
 

 

There have been several speculations surrounding Google’s 29th October event. But now we have the confirmed news about the event.

 

The 29th October event of the search engine major will mark the debut of their latest Android version, Android 4.2. Contrary to all the speculations regarding the naming of the new version, saying that it will be called “Key Lime Pie”, Google has named it Android 4.2+, or an enhanced variant of Jelly Bean.

 

In addition to the Android 4.2, Google will also display devices running on this latest Operating System, including the Google Nexus 10, which will be manufactured by Samsung Electronics, and the first LG’s first Nexus phone, the Google Nexus 4. In addition to that all, Google will also show an upgraded variant of their Nexus 7 tablet, which was launched in July.

 

After launching the Nexus One with HTC, Google primarily united with Korean tech giant Samsung, for their Galaxy Nexus. However, this year, they joined hands with Asus to bring in the low-priced Nexus 7, which had a price tag of $199.

 

Along with the low-end Nexus 7, Google now, will also be offering a high-end Nexus 10 tablet manufactured by Samsung. The new Nexus 10 tablet is said to have better resolution than the Apple’s third-generation iPad.

 

The new Nexus 10 tablet will be more closer to Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 in terms of pricing.

 

In the meantime, LG will get their second chance to combine with Google through Nexus 4, which is said to be a modified variant of LG’s Optimus G. The new Nexus 4 will have Qualcomm’s quad-core SnapDragon processor, a 1,280 x 768-display screen, 2 MB of RAM, internal storage of 16 GB, and an 8-MP camera. Unlike LG’s Optimus G, the Nexus 4 will not be an LTE device.

With Google’s event, LG will finally get a chance to develop a bit of buzz for their products, which is something that we haven’t seen in the market for quite some time.

The upgraded variant of Nexus 7 will boast a 32GB option, while a second variant will get a 3G cellular connection.

So, there’s a lot to look forward to from the Google event and we are expectant of some really potent devices.