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
As you may know, Samsung Galaxy Nexus users from Europe are having volume issues. The software fix is on the internet, but Google announced that they will ‘Oficially’ release it very soon.
There were reports a few days back that mentioned that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus would not be released till December. Before that we heard it was going to be released in November. The phone is not going to be out in November, so you’re going to have to wait a little longer. The good news is that when it is launched, you’ll probably be able to pick it up from Verizon with a two year contract for just $199.
Google has just made its second iteration of the Nexus series, Nexus S available in Korea, Hong Kong, and Australia. Users from these countries can now get the Google phone with Android 3.0 from Google’s website at google.kr/nexus (Korea), google.hk/nexus (Hong Kong), or google.au/nexus (Australia). The Nexus S features an amazing 4 inch display, rear and front-facing cameras, all Google mobile Apps preinstalled, and loads of other great features.
The new Android market is revolutionary and features an amazing user interface that is highly interactive. Nexus S, the official next generation phone from Google, runs on Gingerbread, but still has the old market client.
According to reports, the new Android market client is slowly being pushed out to the Samsung Nexus S phones. Update is automatic, so be prepared to get surprised the next time you open the Android Market on your Nexus S.