Google Nexus 10 Tablet Could Appear At October 29 Event

after launch of Iphone mini iPad on 23rd Oct now Google is also going to launch Nexus phone and tablet on the 29th. Google is to unveil a number of new devices and software improvements.
[blockquote align=”left”] according to the a new report from The Next web Google is readying a number of new devices for announcement at the event it recently announced for October 29, including new Nexus tablet hardware and Android 4.2 features
[/blockquote] Some notables from the list of upcoming reveals include improved Nexus 7 tablets (one boasting 3G connectivity), a 10-inch Nexus tablet and a new Nexus reference phone from LG.

Google will release a 32GB variant of the Nexus 7. However, our source also tells us that there will be a second 32GB variant that will offer HSPA+ (3G) support, allowing users to take the tablet on their travels.

Not only is the long-awaited 32GB version of the Asus-made and Google co-branded Nexus 7 expected to launch, but a 3G variant with HSPA+ is also due, with both surely sporting Android OS 4.2, just in time to fight back against 3G and 4G-equipped iPad Minis and the Surface Tablet which only comes in a Wi-Fi model and has no 3G/4G version as yet, at all.
There’s also a report that Samsung will produce a new 10-inch Nexus tablet for Google, running Android 4.2 and boasting a 2560×1600 display, with an iPad Retina display-beating pixel density of around 300ppi, according to TNW.

Next up in the co-branding stakes is Samsung, which is expected to make the first Google Nexus 10-inch tablet, with a screen resolution and PPI or pixels-per-inch of 2560×1600 pixels at 299 or 300 PPI, which is higher than the new iPad (3) resolution of 2048×1536 and 264 PPI, giving an Android device yet another iDevice-besting feature, albeit without any iron-clad guarantee of that feature delivering iDevice-beating sales.


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