Having a Hurricane get started with your week, particularly when it is a tech news week can be quite challenging to manage, so hopefully everyone on the market is safe and we can get last to covering everything we love. Hurricane Sandy derailed Google's plans for a large press event on Monday but that didn't stop the state launch of three new devices and an update to Android.

Google quietly unveiled a brand new lineup of devices on Monday even without the help of a large press event. They succeeded via blogs and news releases as well as a couple of promotional videos to aid get as much news about the devices and software as it can be. The revolutionary devices will likely be sold via Google Play (in addition to some carrier partners) so that they are pure Google and all sorts of updates will probably be controlled by Google.

Nexus 4

The much hyped and anticipated follow-up to last years Galaxy Nexus by Samsung, the LG Nexus 4 improves upon anything that last years Nexus was and sets the base line for an additional run of Android powered smartphones which have been beginning the market. The Nexus 4 sports a 4.7" IPS display with 1280 x 768 resolution (or 320 PPI). The processor may be updated from the TI OMAP chipset towards Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 line, this is the Pro version using a quad-core CPU. The RAM have been updated from 1GB to 2GB, plus the camera have been pushed from 5MP to 8MP (rear). The other staples come in place NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi (no clarification whether it is dual band or single band), and newly added wireless charging (along with standard micro-usb charging). The battery for the Nexus 4 is 21oo mAh that ought to ease a few of the pain that Galaxy Nexus users had because of their life of the battery.

The most important drawback for a lot of will be purchasers is the deficit of LTE on the device since it only supports nearly HSPA+ (42) a step backward from your previous versions from the Galaxy Nexus which was available with LTE radios. It'll be interesting to find out if the sways buyers, nonetheless it will also have an evident influence on battery as it won't ought to power two radio sets in order to function.

The Nexus 4 will likely be easily obtainable in two models, 8GB and 16GB through the Google store at $299 and $349 respectively starting on Tuesday November 13th.

Nexus 7 (Updated)

We've covered the Nexus 7 and done an in-depth review of the product so we will never re-hash everything. Google has updated the storage options on these devices from 8GB and 16Gb to 16Gb and 32GB. They've also introduced a fresh device a 3rd device option with cellular data connectivity instead of the standard WiFi.

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