According to a report, Google is hoping to gain more control over its Nexus smartphone lineup by following a business model set out by Apple’s iPhone.
At the end of September of this year, Google introduced a pair of new Nexus-branded smartphones, one of which, the Nexus 6P, was confidently placed in the high-end market.
Google today unveiled its new Nexus handsets for 2015: the LG-made Nexus 5X and the Huawei-made Nexus 6P. Just like Apple, Google has launched two new Nexus handsets to better cater to the varying demand of consumers in terms of screen size.
The media player can be used for streaming your movies, music and videos to your TV. It’s also a gaming device, which allows you to play Android games on your TV with a gamepad (sold separately).
HTC took a long hiatus from the tablet market some time ago, but the company has just announced their big, triumphant return with a brand new 9-inch tablet.
It was widely believed that the next Nexus-branded smartphone would be unveiled in October, and Google came through with the official announcement on Wednesday, October 15.
While the second-generation iPad mini has an impressive 326 ppi Retina display, further analysis of the display revealed that its colors aren’t as vibrant as those produced on the iPad Air’s display. Now, detailed tests performed by DisplayMate reveal that not only is the display on the iPad mini not as good as the iPad Air, but it is also inferior to the Kindle Fire HDX 7 and the Nexus 7.
Google today launched the highly anticipated Nexus 5 on the Google Play Store, but unlike Apple, the company didn’t host a special event to unveil the device.
The Nexus 5 comes with a 5-inch full HD 1920 x 1080 pixels display with a pixel density of 445ppi, an 8MP rear-facing camera with Optical Image Stabilisation, and Android 4.4 KitKat, the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system.
When Google announced the (2013) Nexus 7 last week, the company said the old 2012 model was the best selling tablet in Japan during the holiday shopping season. That’s a pretty bold statement when you consider how massively successful the iPad is. So some people started digging around, and apparently Google lied.