Good news for those with a Nexus kid in hand! From the Google Nexus 4 to the Google Nexus 7 and even the rumored Google Nexus 10—there is an update that could appease each of these Google wonders to the tee.
The Cyanogen team has finally unveiled the CyanogenMod 11 M1 build.
Before you start asking questions, we think it is important to inform that this is a milestone build.
The team initially took to the idea of a nightly build. However, given the strain this could cause on the resources, the 11 M1 is what they have on offer.
The wow factor here is that this is available for all Google Nexus devices that come with AOSP-support.
If your are wondering what is exclusive about the latest CM 11– that is still under wraps. However, we do know that his can take you around flashing like cakewalk.
Fewer bugs, fewer goof-ups- that’s a promise from the new CM 11. Our internal sniffer says that there are all our fave CM specs horded into the M1. Therefore, flashing on the Google Nexus variants can prove to be an easier and smoother game for now.
2013 has seen the successful releases of Google Nexus 5, and Nexus 7 that hit the streets a few weeks ago. But what about the largest Nexus device at the moment, the Google Nexus 10?
Well, here is what we can dig out of the online rumour mill. There are reports that suggest that the successor to Google Nexus 10 will be out any time ahead. Many whisperings are going around as to what the specifications would be and how it would perform viz-a-viz the previous generation Nexus 10. Here’s a look:
Nexus 10 vs Nexus 10 2:
Google Nexus 10 has 10.1-inch, Super PLS TFT capacitive touchscreen having a resolution 2560 x 1600p. Over 16 million colors can be display by the screen that has a pixel density of 299ppi. Gorilla glass 2 coating is used for screen protection against scratches. The recent Nexus 10 will have the exact same display. Baffling, isn’t it? Although Gorilla Glass 3 coating is expected to be used for the new Nexus 10 device.
Nexus 10 is powered by a dual-core 1.7GHz Exynos 5250 processor chip, with 2GB of RAM. 16 and 32GB variant of Nexus 10 are available. The recent Nexus 10 version is rumored to be powered by an updated quad-core 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor and Adreno 330 GPU. It will have 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage as a standard.
Nexus 10 – 263.9 x 177.6 x 8.9mm, weighing 603 g
We have no word on Nexus 10 2 measurement. It is expected that the weight and size won’t be any similar to the previous generation. A few mm here and there will be shed off, a thinner bezel and reduced depth is expected. Weight loss will definitely be welcome, as it has a direct bearing on the portability of the device.
Nexus 10 included a 5MP camera with autofocus, LED, touch focus, face detection and geo tagging. 1080p HD recording was possible at 30fps. Latest Nexus 10 may have 8MP camera with all features that came with Nexus 10 camera, and also some extra features. 2.1 MP secondary camera will be included in Nexus 10 for video calling.… Read the rest