• The next Nexus 7 and next gen Surface tablets reportedly to be out in the Q2 of 2013

    Posted on March 11th, 2013 David Brooks | No comments

    The competition between Google and Microsoft in mobile communication has become even fierce.  Google’s Nexus 7 tablet no doubt has gained great popularity in the tablet market since the official release. To compete with Google in tablet market, Microsoft announced its Surface tablet in both RT and Pro versions for different needs. From the results of the tablet sales, Nexus 7 seems to win. But Microsoft has never given up. As reported, the new Google Nexus 7 and the Surface 2 tablets would be released in the Q2 and market available in the end of Q2.

    Nexus 7

    This time, Google would once again cooperate with Asus on the new Nexus 7 tablet. According to the rumors, the next Nexus 7 would be about the same price as its predecessor while feature better features. The hardware configurations would be greatly improved. The tablet screen would be in edge-to-edge design with improved screen resolution to 1920×1080 pixels. Thus, if you want to watch HD movies on new Nexus 7, you would get more vivid visual effect. The price of the next Nexus 7 is rumored to be $199 – 246, just the same level as the current Nexus 7 tablet. It is reported this new tablet would be officially released on the upcoming Google I/O from March 15th to March 17th.

    As to the Microsoft Surface, though the performance and sales of Surface are not satisfactory, Microsoft would continue to bring Surface 2 tablet, according to the supply chains. It is reported the Surface 2 would get narrowed in screen size, to 7-9 inches. The component supply factories would also be changed. No more detailed information about the Surface 2 has been leaked online currently.

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  • Google Officially Released Nexus 4 Smartphone, Nexus 10 Tablet and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean

    Posted on October 31st, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    Right at the same time while Microsoft launched its Windows Phone 8 on October 29th, Google quietly released multiple long rumored Nexus devices and the brand new Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS. The new Nexus devices include LG Nexus 4 smartphone, Nexus 10 tablet and new Nexus 7 with cellular data network connection support. These wonderful devices and the new OS should have been released on the Android release event, but which has been canceled by the unwelcome hurricane Sandy. Quite surprisingly, rumors about the features of the new Nexus devices nearly all strike the points. Let’s see what these devices come with below:

    Google Nexus

    LG’s Nexus 4

    The Nexus 4 has a 4.7-in., 1,280-by-768-pixel resolution display, a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor from Qualcomm, 2 gigabytes of RAM, an 8-megapixel rear camera, a 1.3-megapixel front camera and either 8 or 16 gigabytes of storage. It also has NFC, a micro USB port and micro HDMI output. For bells and whistles, Google is touting built-in wireless charging (though you’ll need to supply your own compatible charging mat) and a Photo Sphere feature that can shoot 360-degree panorama photos.

    As for the price, LG Nexus 4 is set to be $299 for the 8-GB version and $349 for the 16-GB version. Also, in the U.S., the unlocked version will work only with AT&T or T-Mobile, but the latter carrier will sell a subsidized Nexus 4 for $200 with a two-year contract. The phone launches on Nov. 13 in Britain, USA, Australia, France, German, Spain and Canada.

    Asus Nexus 7

    The new Nexus 7 is the same as the old one, with a 7-in., 1,280-by-800 resolution display, a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor, 1 GB of RAM, a 1.2-megapixel front-facing webcam and a micro USB port. It weighs 0.7 lb., measures 0.4 in. thick and gets about 9.5 hours of battery life on a charge. Google and Asus simply doubled the storage on the Nexus 7, to 16 GB for the $199 version and 32 GB for the $249 version, and added a 3G option for $299 with 32 GB of storage. (It’ll work with AT&T and T-Mobile in the U.S.) The much needed storage boost helps bring the Nexus 7 in line with other cheap tablets.

    Samsung Nexus 10

    This is Google’s first Nexus tablet to compete directly with Apple‘s iPad, and it offers a Retina-beating 10.1-in., 2,560-by-1,600 resolution display as its claim to fame. Other specs include a dual-core A15 processor, 2 GB of RAM, a 5-megapixel rear camera, a 1.9-megapixel front camera, micro USB, micro HDMI and NFC. The tablet also supports multiple user sign-ins, with separate home screens, apps, e-mail and photos for each. The 16-GB model will sell for $399, while the 32-GB model will cost $499, starting Nov. 13.

    All the new Nexus devices would be running on the latest Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS.

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  • A Comprehensive Duel between Top Tablets: Google Nexus 7 vs. Apple’s new iPad

    Posted on July 27th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    Ever since the official release of Apple’s iPad, it has been the best seller in the tablet market. For a long time, it remains to be at the top of tablet market, though a lot of other wonderful tablet devices have been continuously challenging its leading role, like Motorola XOOM, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Asus Transformer Prime, and various other Android tablets. The iPad continues to stand head above water over its rivals, especially since the release of the new iPad, which further more makes Apple iPad an undefeatable myth. Various tablet manufacturers are trying to produce a tablet that could match iPad. Amazon has had success with its budget Kindle Fire, but has limited the device to the US audience thus far. In an attempt to gain traction in the tablet market, Google has followed suit by releasing the 7 inches Google Nexus 7, one of the most powerful tablet rivals to challenge Apple iPad so far. Today, I would like to put Google Nexus 7 tablet head-to-head with Apple iPad in key features to make a comprehensive comparison. You can get the information from this duel and decide which one suits you most. The comparison will mainly focus on the following areas: design, display, processor, OS, camera, media, connectivity, storage, battery, price, etc.

    Google Nexus 7 Vs Apple New iPadDesign and display: The 7” Google’s Nexus 7 looks glossier than other tablets in the market. It’s also very convenient for you to keep Nexus 7 into your cargo pocket but can’t with the 9.7-inch iPad. As for display, no tablet could be compared with the Retina Display of New iPad, not even Nexus 7. Google offers IPS display of 1280×800 on its 7-inch Nexus tablet where as Apple offers 2048×1536 pixels IPS panel on its tablet, which means that you can watch 720P DVD movies on Nexus 7, but on the other hand you can watch full Blu-ray movie on the new iPad.

    Processor: The new iPad runs on quad-core 1GHz Apple A5X processor and got 12-core GPU, while the Nexus 7 chomps down with a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 CPU, which runs significantly faster and is expected to deliver a better and smoother performance.

    Operating system (OS): Google’s Nexus 7 runs on the latest Android operating system, the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS, which is claimed to offer Project Butter user interface. While the new iPad now runs on iOS 5 and in few months it will be updated to iOS 6.

    Camera: The iPad’s rear 5MP iSight camera might not deliver the best shots, but it’s simply nice to know that the option to snap something is there – plus, it deepens its value over its rival. The Nexus 7 packs only a front-facing camera that’s accessible by specific apps – with no dedicated camera app to snap photos or videos.

    Multimedia: There’s little difference between these two tablets in playing music, but the Nexus 7 provides cool 3D carousel sound. The audio quality is also excellent on both tablets. As to the video playback, due to the Retina Display, there’s no doubt that the new iPad would become the winner.

    Connectivity: Right now, the Google Nexus 7 is available in Wi-Fi form only, while the iPad is available in Wi-Fi and a variety of 3G/4G LTE options. As for other connectivity options, they both pack Bluetooth and Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, the Nexus 7 has a GPS while the iPad has it in the 4G version only.

    Storage: Google’s Nexus 7 comes with an internal storage of 8GB and 16GB in two versions where as New iPad’s on-board storage are 16GB, 32GB and 64GB on respective versions. The new iPad obviously provides more choices.

    Battery: Battery is always a concern of smartphones, tablets and other electronic devices. Both devices provide users a day long use. But due to the different display size and resolution, the new iPad would make some concession in battery use.

    Price: Google has price tagged Nexus 7 at $199 (8GB) or $249 (16GB) with $25 of Play store credit and Apple seeks $499 to $699 for the Wi-Fi model and $629 to $829 for the Wi-Fi + Cellular models.

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