Google Nexus announcements
Despite nixing its New York press conference due to Hurricane Sandy, Google slogged forward with its planned Nexus announcements on Monday with three new hardware announcements. The company unveiled the long-rumored Nexus 4 smartphone, a lightly refreshed Nexus 7 tablet, and the new Nexus 10 tablet, which bests the latest iPad on resolution. All three will run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, which includes new features like a 360-degree panorama mode, gesture typing and a more advanced Google Now.
Details have leaked teasing the upcoming Optimus G Pro, LG's latest rumored Android flagship. Look at the specs, LG is planning on bringing its A-game to the Android battle.
An LG executive has blamed Google for the lack of Nexus 4 stock, saying the company underestimated the demand for the high-spec, low-price smartphone.
A recent survey shows the Nexus 7 pulling ahead of the iPad's market share in Japan with consumers citing a lower price as the deciding factor.
Even though the Google Nexus 4 is still proving difficult to find in stock online, LG has said production of the device is running smoothly and any rumors of problems are unfounded.
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The decoding of the Nexus 4 phone's serial number has given an insight into the approximate production figures associated with the popular, but usually out of stock, Android smartphone.
An image of the Nexus 4 without its signature sparkly back plate has surfaced online.