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Google Announces The Nexus 4, 32GB / 3G Nexus 7, and The Nexus 10

Eric McBride
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It would appear that not even Hurricane Sandy can stop Google from announcing it’s newest product line of Nexus devices. Despite the New York event being cancelled due to the incoming storm, Google took to their official blog today and officially unveiled the LG Nexus 4, a 32GB and 3G version of the Nexus 7, and the Samsung Nexus 10. Not only that, but they have also announced pricing and availability dates for all of the devices, along with the news that Google Music is on its way to Europe (along with more cards for Google Now). So without further adieu, let's check out the new Google Nexus lineup!

First up is the LG Nexus 4. This has been one of the webs worst kept secrets, and it seems that all the leaked specs were indeed the rumored Nexus device. 4.7 inch display, quad core Snapdragon S4 processor, and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean are all included here, but this time, Google has included something we couldn’t confirm before: price. The LG Nexus 4 8GB version will cost (via the Play Store) $299, and the 16GB version will run $349. They will be available in the US, UK, Australia, France, Germany, Spain, and Canada on November 13th, with T-Mobile versions selling for $199 on a 2 year contract.

Next up is the Nexus 7. The 16GB version of the device is now $199, and the 32GB version will cost $249. You can also get a 32GB 3G for $299. The 16GB and 32GB versions are available in the US, UK, Australia, France, Germany, Spain, Canada, and Japan, and will also be sold at Gamestop, Office Depot, Officemax, Staples, and Walmart in the US. The 32GB version with 3G will go on sale November 13th on the Google Play Store in the US, UK, Australia, France, Germany, Spain, and Canada.

And last, but certainly not least, is the Samsung Nexus 10. The iPad shattering 2560 x 1600 (300ppi) tablet featuring Samsung’s beastly and long awaited Exynos 5 dual core Cortex A15 chipset (a first) along with 2GB of RAM (also running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, and yes...multiple user accounts!) can be yours for...**drumroll**...$399 for the 16GB version, and $499 for the 32GB version. It will be available in the US, UK, Australia, France, Germany, Spain, Canada, and Japan on the Google Play Store on November 13th.

Google also announced that Google Music is finally coming to Europe (UK, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain) and will be available on November 13th. A new feature that allows Google to scan your music and add it to your library will also roll out on that date as well, but will arrive in the US shortly after (**falls over**). Google Now cards have also been added. 

Here are a few press pics of the phone and tablet:

And here is a video from Google showing off all their new Android Nexus goodies:

 

I'm kinda speechless right now, so I'm gonna leave the comments to you guys :)

So what do you think of the new Nexus lineup?

Let me know what you think in the comments below!

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  • ljhaye Oct 29, 2012 Link

    This new Nexus line up coming in November lacks LTE. This glaring omission will affect Nexus 4, Nexus 7, and Nexus 10, I will not be buying any Nexus devices until this omission is resolved. Quite frankly I'm shocked. I know people say Apple is catching up, but this ridiculous going into 2013 here in the USA.

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  • Imran Oct 29, 2012 Link

    Galaxy note shield for the 10.1

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  • Ti Mo Oct 29, 2012 Link

    Why does the Nexus 10 have so much bezel? looks really ugly.. And what abozt the 4.2 update for Nexus 7? Guess Imma buy the Nexus 7

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  • Dogukan Oct 29, 2012 Link

    Yeah the Nexus 10 is definitely ugly, but I'm guessing its extremely fast thanks to the Exynos 5. Nexus 4 is a bummer though. I had great expectations but BOOM no 32 GB (there will be eventually but it will be expensive of course), no removable battery, no changes in design (WTF Google is becoming Apple), gimmicky "wireless" charging which you cant use when talking on the phone. I think I'm going to wait a little longer for changing my EVO 3D.

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  • Stefan E. Oct 29, 2012 Link

    I like the new colors (compared to the prototype leak) of the Nexus 10 a lot better. Everything is as I wanted and predicted it to be, even the starting price. The only gripe I have is: why does the extra 16GB cost €50 on the Nexus 7 while it costs €100 on the Nexus 10? I so hoped for €449... :(

    Anyway, the tablet is probably very good - looking forward to reading some real reviews soon. And even if the extra 100 bucks hurt, it will be a wise investment on the future of this device, especially with multi user in mind.

    Also I will have to mod it from day one, can't possibly stand those phone UI controlls at the bottom, what were they thinking?

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  • Eric McBride Oct 29, 2012 Link

    I like the look of the Nexus 10, and I'll bet it looks and feels great when i's in your hands. But 2 things bug me about it:

    1. no expandable memory
    2. that ugly ass phone UI (as you said Stefan). I mean...WHY GOOGLE?

    Price wise, 449 would have been PERFECT for the 32GB model. If it had an sd slot, I would be all over the Nexus 10. As of right now, I'm really not sure.

    As for the phone, it looks like a Galaxy Nexus, but runs newer hardware. I ll stick with my Note 2 (which DOES have expandable memory) over the Nexus 4.

    But dammit...I want to get my hands on that Exynos 5 chip in the Nexus 10.

    Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.....

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  • Abdul Haris Ilmawan Oct 29, 2012 Link

    any idea how Indonesian like me get this nexus line up?? *facepalm

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  • Dvoraak Oct 29, 2012 Link

    Just in case anyone thought Google and OEMs were giving away features out of the goodness of their hearts..... Now we see it's about the money. Storage is a premium and they're gonna treat it as such.

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  • ljhaye Oct 30, 2012 Link

    @ Dvoraak too bad Google doesn't think LTE is a premium technology also...

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  • Glostermeteor Oct 30, 2012 Link

    The nexus 10 needs to have expandable storage at that price but it doesn't. Nexus 7 range looks good value though

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  • mic Nov 1, 2012 Link

    The apperance of nexus 10 is too bad.Just like a black pizza.

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  • Gabriel Voinea Nov 1, 2012 Link

    Fuck LTE on tablets, this is the most foolish request enyone can make !
    You must be really stupid to buy another expensive data plan, when you can use your Android phone as a wi-fi router and you can share the phone LTE connection for free.

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  • CJ Brown Nov 6, 2012 Link

    WOW - no 4G lte? (EPIC FAIL Google!) ....

    Everything looks nice (price wise, too) until you find out there's no expandable memory (& 3G is no bueno - this is 2012, not 2010 - get with it or get out of the way!) ....

    Google would've been better off waiting until CES & introducing 4G lte electronic goods ...

    C J

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