Anticipation Building Up for August Release; Concept Videos Out With Nexus 7 2, Nexus 5 Features

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Hoping to be unveiled next month, the Nexus 7 2 has been in news with leaked specs and rumored features. Apparently, a tech buff has taken out a concept video, compiled with all speculated features that the Google’s upcoming device might hold. Short and clear, the video starts showing the device with the thin HD screen, holding an 8-megapixel rear camera and an improved front camera. Following the introduction, the video reveals its newly designed back, housing the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. It also shows the costing of Nexus 7 2, which starts at $199, ending with an emphasis on Google Play. The 7-inch 1080p Nexus 7 2 is expected to hold a 1.5 GHz quad core Snapdragon 600 CPU, sporting 2GB of RAM. Watch the Nexus 7 2 video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=JJrhTq0of3g Considering the next, the focus is on Nexus 5’s overall look. The device is shown with screen shots [+more]

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HTC One Vs Samsung Galaxy S4 Vs HTC One: Why Consumer Flock to Nexus- Branded Devices

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When the Google Edition of Samsung Galaxy S4 with Nexus experience was launched, we wondered whether the internet giant would release its own Nexus hardware or not. Doubts were elevated when Google announced unveiling the Nexus version of the HTC One. However, Nexus fans can now calm their minds as Sundar Pichai, Google’s SVP of Android, Chrome and Apps said that the internet search giant is all in plans to keep the Nexus brand alive, together with the Galaxy S4 and HTC One. At the D11 conference, Pichai said, “The goal with Nexus was to push forward hardware with partners. That will continue as well.” Comparing the costing, the Nexus 4 is available for a price of $299 on the Play Store for the 8GB version, while both the Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One with Nexus user experience will cost $649 and $599. Pricing of the device is a [+more]

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HTC Officially announces the launch of HTC One Google Edition, What It Would be Like For Samsung Galaxy S4?

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With Google announcing that it will soon be selling a Nexus-like Samsung Galaxy S4, people have started expecting the same experience with HTC One.  After initial declination the company officially announced that it will soon introduce an HTC One along with Nexus like user experience. Along with this HTC One news posted on the HTC blog, it was also mentioned that most reviewers like the HTC One for its software and hardware. The HTC One Smartphone with the Nexus experience will be the special edition Smartphone which will be sold by Google through its Play Store for $599–from 26th June. Coincidentally, on 26th June even Samsung will be releasing its Galaxy S4, which will have a Nexus user experience and will be sold for $649.The device will be sold in the unlocked version and will harness the support to run on T-Mobile and AT&T’s 4G LTE networks. The smart phone [+more]

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Google Intimidated by Samsung, All Set to Release a Phone Akin to Samsung Galaxy S4

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Are you one of those tech crazy youths who fall for  Samsung Galaxy S4  just like that? Well, if you are really, here’s a great news for you. Google is soon going to release its own identical smart phone for Samsung galaxy S4 and the most interesting fact is that the new Galaxy version android jelly bean. This upcoming phone will possess a snapdragon 600 processor, the 13 MP primary camera and 16 GB storage unit. The excellent groups of softwares the phone possess are something to grab people’s attention such as eye tracking and touch pad gestures. Improved Google maps and search The Google map application is opened by millions of web users everyday throughout the world. Although, there are various supportive features in this application right now also, still the company wants to adore the application with certain kinds of enhancements. Local highlights, refreshed appearance and the custom [+more]

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Google Nexus 5 Might Put Apple iPhone 6 To Sleep Even Before It Emerges To Life

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Artists conceptualize images even before the canvas arrives. Same for smartphone enthusiasts. When the spaces and allied renditions are ready, why not take a shot at fixing the popularity counters for both of these. The race for glory begins! The Apple iPhone 6 is probably set to be Apple’s first foray into the phablet arena and the iPhone 6 seems akin to a gladiator in its avatar. Given that its predecessors were not as good as we anticipated, this time the makers will tighten its belt well. With Apple promising to sow seeds that could lead to a juicier iPhone, let us wait and watch. The Nexus in its LG avatar was worth a date or tow but this has only catalyzed our appetite to see more of romance with the Google Nexus 5. With a better camera as compared to any of the Nexus elder siblings, this Android-backed device [+more]

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Google Nexus 6 and Nexus X Rumors Fuelling Renditions Too Many—Google Gains A Godly Garb In The Game

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Peace ho! It is time for tales of Google God. This resonates with the buzz that the Nexus 5 is already making. When else would you conjure images of something yet to be made but on heavenly ground? Move from the Nexus 5, we have studied possibilities of what the Google Nexus 6 and the Nexus X tab might look like. The Nexus X will come in an envelope avatar, they say. Sounds Greek? For me it is. Jibes apart, the smartphone packs in a unique ‘X Envelope’ concept that might come with a backside in edgy avatar. Will this make the grip Nexus 6 offers re-define sleek? Too early to decide! Powered by Android 6.0 Milkshake, the device displays gall aplenty. Add to this, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, near field communications, wireless charging, 4.6-inch 320ppi (pixels per inch) 1280 x 768 flexible IPS) OLED display and 10-MP clicker on the [+more]

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Microsoft Matches Apple iPad Mini and Google Nexus Footprints– Is A Surface Tot In Making?

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Microsoft almost  caved in with Samsung’s reign on phablet ground. Across geographies, geeks and smartphone enthusiasts await Microsoft to offer novice ranges again but the last time it answered prayers was in October 2012. Now here is buzz that whets our appetite once again– the giants have supposedly geared up to unleash a 7-incher on the block this year. After the Surface wooed us fairly well, we expect that the 7-inch hunky might make us go on knees! Now before we move on to imagining the next avatars of Surface, here’s some  more food for thought—Is Microsoft trekking along Apple and Google’s route with this 7-inch road map in mind? Google Nexus 7 and Apple iPad Mini did wonderfully well in compact tablet kingdom last year and this is well on the path to pick up further this year. Looking back at the earlier era when all I had in [+more]

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

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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 [+more]

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Google Nexus 4:Meet The Brave Tablet To Get Android 4.2.2, iPad 4 Already Feeling The Heat

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Next in line after the Nexus 7, Nexus 10 and Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the Nexus 4 which is getting the Android 4.2.2 update over the air. So for all of you Nexus4 owners, get ready to receive this OS update. Its build number is JDQ39 and it requires 54 MB space. The new Android 4.2.2 has an in-progress status bar which displays the remaining time for an app to get downloaded. Also in the update is a new low battery alert as well an alert for wireless charging. You also get a Quick Settings menu with which you can turn on/off the Bluetooth and WiFi on the device. Even the Gallery app in the Android 4.2.2 loads much faster. The updates get rolled out in phases, so it could take some time for Google to send it over to your phone. But don’t worry, it will happen soon. However, [+more]

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10 Christmas Apps for iOS and Android

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It sure is the season to be jolly. And on Christmas Eve, we bring you the list of the 10 best apps out there for iOS and Android which celebrate the holiday spirit and put a smile on our lips. It’s not just all entertainment; some of the apps are really helpful too! Amazon Mobile: Christmas is all about presents, and if you haven’t done your shopping yet, there’s no need to panic. Amazon’s app lets you finish your Christmas shopping even in the very last minute. And the best part about the app? No wasting time at long billing queues and no hobnobbing with the crowds! Christmas Radio: So you can’t find your mix of your favorite holiday songs and your guest are almost at your door. Fret not, and just tune into the Christmas Radio app. This app lists many internet radio stations which will belt out the [+more]

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