Before Google Nexus 10 2 Release, Nexus 10 And Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 To Get Android 4.4 Update

Google Nexus 10 and Galaxy Note 10.1 are entitled to receive Android 4.4 KitKat upgrade and both the device will make the most out of it. Things will change a lot in both the gadgets.

Google Nexus 10

Whether first gen of Nexus 10 or the next series of Nexus 10 2013 series, many points of Android KitKat are available.

  1. OK Google

Though a battery sucker to Nexus 5 owners, Ok Google on Google Now comes exclusively new on the Android 4.4 KitKat. It allows you to command the Nexus 10 via your voice to perform email, messaging and playing songs.

  1. User Interface

The changes related to user interface will be expected with Android 4.4 like setting of User Interface, wallpaper, touch controls and designing of the icon. For Nexus 10, one will use Immersive Mode for enhanced reading experience. , Emoji signs on the keyboard and full album art lock screen.

  1. Fair Apps Integration

Quick Office, Google Drive are included in Android 4.4 apps and allow you to create better files, higher editing options and cloud storage sync through Google Drive.

  1. Cloud Printing

Though not noted on Nexus 5, but Nexus 10 can print docs easily wireless from the tablet though HP Printers.

  1. Performance Enhancements

Android 4.4 Kitkat offers advancement to give pace to the Nexus 10 for higher accuracy and better user experience.

The Google Nexus 10 will come with Android 4.4 just like LG Nexus 5 with HDR + photography.


Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

Galaxy Note 10.1 2012 and Note 10.1 2014 will take advantage of 4.4 kitkat.

  1. 1.      Galaxy Note Apps

Galaxy Note apps will speed up with Android 4.4  and get advanced editing, drawing and doodling and boost multi-tasking and performance.

  1. 2.      More Accurate S Pen

Samsung enhanced the reliability of S Pen on Note 10.1 and Note 3. As per Google, Android 4.4 will enhance the touch response of gadgets.

  1. 3.      TouchWiz UX 2.5

There are complains about TouchWiz and with Android 4.4, you will get faster and pace and have enough RAM space for better multi- tasking.

  1. 4.      Immersie Mode

The Immersive Mode gives you better display and different image and video projection

  1. 5.      Security specs

Google comes with Security-advanced Linux to hard the apps that work on the complete protection and security. Samsung brought in the Knox security for better security.

Samsung will launch Android 4.4 KitKat on its current range along with Galaxy Note 10.1till 2014

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Top Ten Tablets Of 2013: Apple iPad Air, Asus Transformer Pad, Apple iPad Mini2, Google Nexus 7

Tablets have indeed taken the tech world by storm. Think back a few years ago, when the world tablet itself in the tech arena had no meaning, hardly many people knew about it. Today, it has created a buzz in the tech-savvy public. Here is an attempt to put ten of the best tablets available today.

Tablets have indeed taken the tech world by storm. Think back a few years ago, when the world tablet itself in the tech arena had no meaning, hardly many people knew about it. Today, it has created a buzz in the tech-savvy public. Here is an attempt to put ten of the best tablets available today.

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

This marvel in the tablet world has a large screen size, a wonderful design and the feature of a stylish S pen that is good for creative stuff on the tablet.

  • Asus Transformer Pad Infinity

It has got everything to be called a good tablet, just the price rates are a notch high. A 1920 X 1200 screen resolution means HD viewing is possible. 1.3 GHz NVidia Tegra 3 Quad-core processor runs the tab. It has a full Qwerty touchpad and a simple interface.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0

With Exynos 4412 1.6 GHz quad-core processor and 1280X800 resolution, Galaxy Note 8.0 is one of the best tablets around. The best part about Note 8.0 is its portability thanks to the lightweight and incredibly sleek design.

  • Tesco Hudl:

The 7-inch Tesco Hudl tablet (yes, a tablet from the supermarket chain) is decent enough with a quad-core processor. It is very light to carry, however, not so good as far as the camera is concerned.

  • Microsoft Surface Pro 2:

This tablet bridges the gap between a tablet and a laptop perfectly. It has a large screen, Qwerty keypad and Windows 8 OS. It is slightly heavy though and average on screen resolution

  • Google Nexus 10

How can we miss one of the most talked about tablets, Google Nexus 10. The best part is, it packs a lot of pixels with a pixel density of 299ppi, and is decently priced for the quality it provides.

  • iPad mini 2

This tablet from the tech giant Apple Inc has a superb design, great battery life andwonderful performance. It is light and extremely portable too. Of course, the lack of retina display and the high price is a concern, nevertheless, Apple never misses out on high quality.

  • Google Nexus 7:

ncredibly lightweight at 290g and has a sleek design, but loaded with powerful features. Doesn’t matter if you are an Android fan or not, Nexus 7 is definitely one great buy for the price it is offered at.

  • Sony Xperia Tablet Z

Sleek, powerful and a wonderful screen. This tablet takes viewing to a whole new level. It is power-packed internally and portable too. Highly recommended.

  • iPad Air

Larger screen, A7 and M7 processor chips and has an incredible design to say the least. This tablet is easily at the top, and we reckon won’t move from there at least for now.… Read the rest

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Apple iPad Air Vs Google Nexus 10 2013: Who Wins The Battle?

Is there a tablet war on the cards? While the brand new slimmer and lighter iPad Air launch recently,it is unfair to compare it with the Google Nexus 10  to an extent. Simply because the latter released almost a year back. But with the second generation of Google Nexus set to come out, here are some of its features viz-a-viz iPad Air features.

Screen – iPad Air will have 9.7 inch retina display screen. Google Nexus 10 second generation will most likely have a 10 inch screen.

Processor – A7 processor powers the iPad Air, Google Nexus 10 II on the other hand is reported to have quad core Snapdragon 800 processor, unlike its previous version.

OS – iOS 7 is by far the major reason to buy iPad Air. Apple aficionados can enjoy new features that include the Airdrop facility and control center. Multi tasking is easier on iOS 7 interface too. Google Nexus 10 2 will have Android 4.4 KitKat OS.

Flash Storage – 16, 32, 64 and 128GB variants of iPad Air are available.  Google Nexus 2nd generation tablet will have internal memories up to 64 GB but the storage can be expanded using MicroSD cards.

Battery: iPad Air battery can run up to 10 hours if some rumors are to be believed. The good news for Google Nexus 10 II users is, they can enjoy the 9000 mAh battery ability.

Price: iPad Air 16GB variant is priced at $499 and will be available from November 1. Google Nexus 2 32GB to be available at a price of $499.

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Apple iPad 5 Vs Google Nexus 10 Vs Microsoft Surface Pro – The Premiere Tablet Face off

Apple has been facing some pretty stiff competition in tablet market recently. The Google Nexus 10 has been well received and the Microsoft Surface Pro puts a stamp of intention for the tech giant’s foray into the tablet market. But Apple is gearing up to release the iPad 5 this September and will directly pit it against this tough competition.

Going the way of the iPad Mini, the iPad 5 will be slimmer and lighter while not compromising on size or performance. The Surface Pro feels and looks great, quite sturdy and the dark titanium finish is as good as if not better than the iPad’s trademark look. The Nexus looks great but doesn’t feel as up market at the other two. The iPad 5 will ship with a retina screen, meaning great visuals guaranteed. The Surface Pro has 10.6in screen that supports 1920×1080 resolution and 229ppi which is quite impressive, but the Nexus 10 boasts a spectacular 2560×1600 resolution with 299ppi – possibly beating the retina as well!

The major difference though is the operating system – the iPad 5 will be shipped with the latest iOS 7; the Nexus 10 uses Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and the Surface Pro uses Windows 8.1 – and this might just be the biggest deal maker or breaker for most people looking to buy a new tablet.… Read the rest

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Google Nexus 10 vs Sony Xperia Z vs Microsoft Surface: Snazzy And Spunkier Apple iPad 5 Murderers?

In the current year, various big firms have taken a plunge into the world of tabs to offer users top-notch devices. So which full-size Android tablet works best for shoppers? Let’s read and compare.

Specifications Sony Xperia Tabet Z Microsoft Surface Pro Google Nexus 10
Display size 10.1-inch 10.6-inch 10.055-inch
Resolution 1,920 x 1,200 pixels 1,920 x 1,080 pixels 2,560 x 1,600 pixels
Pixel density 224ppi 208ppi 300ppi
Touchscreen Yes Yes Yes
Operating system Google Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Windows 8 Pro Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
Processor 1.5GHz Qualcomm APQ8064+MDM9215M quad-core 1.7GHz dual-core, Intel core i5-3317U Dual-core ARM Cortex A15
System memory 2048 MB RAM 4096 MB RAM 2GB RAM
Built-in storage 16GB 64GB 16GB, 32GB
Camera 8.1-MP rear, 2.2-MP front 1-MP 5-MP rear, 1.9-MP front
Bluetooth 4.0 4.0 4.0
Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n 802.11a/b/g/n 802.11b/g/n
Connectivity USB 2.0, microUSB, HDMI USB 3.0, full-size USB, Micro USB, NFC, dual side NFC, Micro HDMI
Battery 6000 mAh 42 W-h 9,000 mAh
Dimensions 172 x 266 x 6.9 mm 10.81 x 6.81 x 0.53 inches 263.9 x 177.6 x 8.9 mm
Weight 495 grams 2 lbs 603 grams
Price* Rs. 38, 790 Rs. 53,337 Rs. 23,672

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A Quick Look Into 7 Best Android Tablets In The Market



Google Nexus 7

Starting at a low price of $149.99, the Google Nexus 7 rolls out with Android OS. With a great design and sleek features, this tab makes a great choice for those on a look out for all useful features at a low cost.   

Google Nexus 10

Priced at $399, the Google Nexus 10 offers better and quick performance. This Android tablet is durable and swift.  

Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Available with Samsung’s S Pen, the Galaxy Note 8 makes a striking tablet that’s a blend of style and use. This tablet comes at a cost of $399.

ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity TF700

With a better camera, striking display and a faster processor, the ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 makes a great tab that’s priced in between $439 to $691.94.

ASUS Transformer Pad TF300

Costing in between $345 to $548, the ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 is designed to deliver great performance as compared to other Android devices.

Sony Xperia Tablet Z

Priced at $500, the Sony Xperia Tablet Z comes with great features and specifications. The device is priced a little more than other Android tablets.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

Considered as the best investment, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is a great tab that comes with a price ranging in between $447 to $499.… Read the rest

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Google Goofs Up Its Nexus 10 Gimmick—Too Much To Give, Too Less To See

Emotions do work up excitement. Marketing through mass media indeed appeals to user emotions to excite them to grab a product. This is perhaps the bottom-line that Google believes with its vehement Nexus 10 advertisement campaign. However, all said and done, does the advert work up reasons why it could be better than Samsung Galaxy series and Apple’s iPads? The answer lies in- No!

Though we see a lot of touching, caressing and the like on the Nexus screen, would a newbie gauge the real meaning? How could you understand that Google focuses on the new Android 4.2 Jelly Bean in the tablet?

The reference to Google play Books, Google+ and Magazine too remains undermined. We saw the hangouts, the video conference possibilities on the Nexus via the advert. Nevertheless, how could Google forget to highlight that the tablet supports 10 video feeds at once! How would we know until told?

The photo we see on the advert is of Alvin but do users understand that the makers point to its high-resolution spec? No!

The advertisement works up our emotion but does not excite us to go grab the Nexus 10. A marketing gimmick that has gone slightly wrong, we believe. Get going Google, what’s wrong?… Read the rest

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Vs Google Nexus 10: The S-Pen Tablet Wonder Really Brings In Novelty

Samsung recently showcased its newest addition to its tablet lineup – the Galaxy Note 8.0. And while we feel that this one is the ideal competitor to the iPad Mini, we decided to pit it against the Google Nexus 10 to see if you could consider this new tab as an alternative to Google’s 10-inch offering. Both these tablets run on Android 4.2, so there’s not much difference there. And here’s what else we found:

Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0: This tablet comes with an 8-inch display with a resolution of 1280X800 pixels. It is powered by a quad-core 1.6 GHz Exynos 5250 processor and has 2 GB of RAM, letting you handle any app with ease. A 1.3 MP front-facing camera lets you make video calls conveniently, while the 5 MP rear camera lets you click photos too. There’s 16 GB or 32 GB of internal storage which can be expanded using microSD cards. And of course, there’s the S Pen which lets you take down notes easily on this little tablet.

Google Nexus 10: The Nexus 10 has a gorgeous 10-inch display with a 2560X1600 pixel resolution, which is far higher than that of the Galaxy Note 8.0. But yes, in terms of power, its dual-core 1.7 GHz processor and 2 GB of RAM don’t quite compare with the 8-inch Samsung offering. Like the Note 8.0, the Nexus 10 also has a 5 MP camera in the back but a higher resolution 1.9 MP one in the front.… Read the rest

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Microsoft Surface Pro Vs Goole Nexus 10 Vs Apple iPad: A Rare Windows 8 Assortment Leaves Tablet World Agape

If you’re wondering why Microsoft hasn’t been in the news for Windows 8 since the OS launched a few months ago, well, don’t worry, it’s all going pretty well for the company. All those months of hype and aggressive marketing appear to have paid off for Microsoft, with Windows 8 adoption rates growing at a steady rate.

To start with, the best thing about Windows 8 is the form factor of the latest machines. If you’re willing to spend a little extra and you care a lot about performance, it’s not hard to see why a Windows 8 based laptop-tablet hybrid device makes most sense for you over an iPad 4 or another Android-based tablet. In terms of tech specs, nothing can come close to what these hybrid models can offer – and of course, the greatest advantage is that you can use Microsoft Office on your portable Windows 8 device.

Initially, Microsoft tried to catch everyone’s attention with the Surface tablet running Windows RT. And while it’s priced comfortably in the same range as its competitors, it didn’t quite give the complete Windows experience. It’s still more of a tablet than anything else and you can just as easily pick up a  Google Nexus 10 or iPad 4 instead.

Shortly thereafter, Microsoft announced the Surface Pro running the full fledged Windows 8 OS and blew our minds! It’s more portable than an Ultrabook, but the tinier form factor doesn’t seem to affect its performance at all. However, given its steep price of $999 for the 128 GB SSD model and then another $130 for the Type Cover, it still didn’t seem to make it on most buyers’ preferred list of gadgets.

A more convenient alternative is the wide range of tablet-laptop hybrids in the market made by Microsoft’s hardware partners. They let you enjoy the complete Windows 8 experience even when on the go. And the keyboard’s already there – you don’t need to make an additional purchase.

Given the way things are going, we can expect to see a lot more new tablets and hybrid devices coming out in 2013, all running on Windows 8. It’s familiar, so you don’t need to ramp up your knowledge on yet another OS to operate a Windows 8 based device, and you know it works well. But as more Windows 8 based portable devices enter the market, can we expect Android and iOS to become more versatile to take on Microsoft’s silent success?… Read the rest

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Google Nexus 10 Vs Asus MeMo Pad Vs Apple iPad 5: Would Asus Take Away Nexus Thunder?

We’ve maintained all along that 2013 is expected to be the year of the 10-inch tablet. If 2012 saw many consumers investing in the 7-inch tablet, this is the year when they take a leap forward and go bigger with their tabs. We’ve already got the iPad and the Google Nexus 10 reigning this market, but this year, expect a lot more competition. With the iPad 4 not having made as big a mark, we’re expecting Apple to do something spectacular on the iPad 5, while we’ve already got Asus bringing out its own 10-inch tablet, the MeMo Pad 10.

Asus MeMo Pad 10: This time, we’re starting with the tech specs, just because they are truly remarkable. According to the leaked information, the MeMo Pad 10 is powered by a 1.2 GHz quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor and 1 GB RAM. It has a 5 MP rear camera and a 1.2 MP front-facing camera, and runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The MeMo Pad 10 comes with 16 GB of internal storage, but there’s also a microSD card slot, so you can expand the memory.

Apple iPad 5: But of course, this one’s going to be thinner and faster, but we’re hearing that the iPad 5 could also be a tad bit smaller than its predecessors. Don’t get disheartened just yet – the screen size is expected to remain the same, but the edges are getting trimmed down as much as possible. The iPad 5 is expected to have LTE connectivity, and in all likelihood, an IGZO (Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide) screen which would use up to 90 percent less power. Not only would that make for much better power efficiency, but you can also expect a better touch response.  While we don’t know much about the tech specs of the iPad 5, there are rumors that it could have a thinner and lighter battery too.

Google Nexus 10: Google’s flagship 10-inch tablet features a 10.05 inch display with a resolution of 2560X1600 pixels. Powered by a 1.7 GHz dual-core Samsung Exynos 5 processor and 2 GB of RAM, it runs on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. It’s also got a 5 MP rear camera with an LED flash, but a slightly better 1.9 MP front-facing camera. The Nexus 10 comes with 16 GB of internal storage, as well as a microSD card slot.… Read the rest

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