Google has launched its much awaited Nexus 9 tablet in India. Google has not yet made the device available officially via the Play Store, but HTC has made it available via Amazon.in. The Nexus 9 tablet is priced at Rs28,900/- in India and Amazon will give you a gift card worth Rs2,000/- if you purchase the device before December 12th. The Nexus 9 is an iPad competitor with an 8.9inch screen, Android 5.0 (Lollipop), 8MP rear camera with flash, 2GB RAM and other interesting specs. Read More
So Google has launched Nexus 6 — made in partnership with Motorola — along with its new OS Lollipop (More to come on that soon. Watch this space!) The new Nexus is designed to show off the dramatic new look of the OS — Material Design — and also its other capabilities. But is the new phone really better than the previous Nexus? If you’re looking for an Android phone, is this the one to buy? Read More
Google’s Android YouTube page has just put up a short video, teasing at the name of their upcoming Android ‘L’ and hinting that it is, in fact, coming quite soon. The video shows people dressed up as different food items beginning with the letter ‘L’, namely Lemon Meringue Pie, Lava Cake, Lady Finger, and Lemon Drop, waiting to audition for the role of Android L’s name, only to realize that there is someone already inside the casting room with an ongoing session. Lollipop, perhaps? Read More
According to Bright Side of News, their ‘reliable sources’ claim that the upcoming Nexus tablet, the Nexus 9, will be available for pre-order on the same day it is announced, which they believe is the 15th of October, instead of the widely rumored 16th:
Our sources are confirming that the HTC Nexus 9, which we had originally reported thanks to Nvidia’s own legal documents, will indeed be landing this month,” the report reads. Pricing is expected to start at $399, and the device will reportedly launch on November 3, when you’ll be able to get it from Google Play and “most major retailers.
While Android L and the new Nexus devices are scheduled to be on display in mid-October of this year, the final workable version of Android L will not be available until November 1, according to a report by Android Authority. On September 18, it was rumored on Twitter that Nexus 9 might be available from October 16. The rumours, combined with a tweet from the Android blogger Paul O’Brien, made the date of release seem authentic. Moreover, there might be new phone hardware and a “new software initiative” which refers to the final release of Android L. Read More
Google’s inspirational wireless Nexus 4 charger is now available via Google Play for $59.99. Google expects to begin shipping orders in less than a week. It looks like half of a ball. The design appears to be quite sleek at first glance. The charger weighs just 130g and has a charging time of approximately 4 hours. Read More
Google has made a bold move today. It is advertising Nexus 7, its Google Play based tablet on the front page of Google.com under the tagline “The playground is now open. The new $199 tablet from Google.”. The link redirects you to the Google Play store from where the tablet can be purchased. Read More