Looks like the world can’t wait to see what new offerings Google has lined up for us. Just a few more hours to go until Google’s official announcement, but images of the Nexus 4, rumored to be unveiled tomorrow, have surfaced yet again on the internet. Google is expected to make an announcement about the new LG Nexus 4 smartphone during their October 29 event, which unfortunately had to be canceled due to Hurricane Sandy hitting the US East Coast.
The Nexus 4 sports a 4.7-inch LCD touchscreen with a resolution of 1280X768 pixels, and is powered by a 1.5GHz Snapdragon quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM. As of now, what we’re hearing is that this phone will come with only 8GB of internal storage space and no card slots for memory expansion. If this is true, then could this be one of the only downers in this beautiful device.
The phone is expected to have 2G as well as 3G connectivity, in addition to WiFi, Bluetooth and even NFC connectivity options. 4G, however, is not an option on the Nexus 4. You can expect the phone to have at least an 8MP rear camera as well as a front facing camera – its resolution, however, is not known as yet. While there are rumors that this phone could run on Android 4.2, we believe it probably would feature Android 4.1.2 or the Jelly Bean version.… Read the rest
HP well knows how to stay in biz. While I am sure most of my generation had an HP as their first lappy, today HP is as much a mass market member as much as of the exclusive elite club. And the Tablet, Elite 900 loaded with Windows 8 only drives this point more deeply. A 10.1 inch display screen and a compact size are bonuses enough for you to grab the tablet and the additional Smart Jacket that is designed chiefly for the elite 800 is the best reason why you can switch over to being a HP loyalist for life.
The jacket enhances the battery life of the tab as much as it enhances the connectivity options in the form of USB ports and HDMI. Add to this, adjustable viewing angles, card reader and an integrated keyboard and you have a tab that’s worth tapping onto. Voice inputs, stylus, HP Pen and touch—all work perfectly on the tab that’s amazing to the tee.
One downside of the tab remains the absence of USB ports but the jacket perhaps is an answer to the raised eyebrows in this context. Powered by an Intel Clover Trail processor with a ram of 2 GB, the HP baby is a wonder buy. Wi fi, Bluetooth, expandable memory upto 64 GB, compass, accelerometer, 8 mp rear camera and a 1080 pixel front facing cam— phew!—the list of attractive features that pack in a punch on the HP Elite 800 seem never ending… Read the rest