Google also has the Nexus 7 tablet with a larger seven-inch screen selling for $199-$299 depending on storage capacity and whether or not it has 3G coverage. The largest Nexus device is the Nexus 10 it sells for $399 and 16 GB storage capacity or $499 for 32 GB storage capacity. The new tablets will go on sale on November 13.
Google has already released Android L for Nexus 5 and Nexus 7, but not all Android fans will be able to try it, either because they don’t know how to get it or because they don’t own either of these devices. Luckily, xda-developers has come to the rescue, with senior members ivan123 and bejunk having already extracted various apps from the Android L Developer Preview build, making them available to any devices run ... Source: BGR
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Jun 27 2014, 11:32am CDT
Numerous reports have claimed that HTC will make the next Nexus tablet, a high-end 8.9-inch device that could be unveiled this summer, including Google code leaks that revealed an HTC Volantis/Flounder is in the works. However, Android Police received more details about the tablet from a tipster, including a full list of specs and what looks like an early draft image for the device ... Source: BGR
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Jun 23 2014, 6:40am CDT
A minor Android update is rolling out to Nexus devices today with version number 4.4.4, after making a surprise appearance on the Google Factory Images webpage ... Source: Neowin
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Jun 20 2014, 12:23pm CDT
Less than a month after the last Android update launched, Google is now treating Nexus users to another iteration of KitKat. It made its way to the factory images repository first, but is also slowly rolling out over-the-air to compatible smartphones and tablets.
Android 4.4.4 KitKat, build version KTU84P, is available, through a corresponding factory image, for the Nexus 4, Nexus 5, 2012 Wi-Fi Nexus 7, ... Source: BetaNews
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Jun 20 2014, 3:47am CDT
Google has a surprise for us today in the form of a new (minor) version of Android. Android 4.4.4 is rolling out to Nexus devices and is available for download on the Nexus Factory Image page. A changelog available over at Sprint lists nothing other than "security fixes."
Sascha Prüter, an Android Engineering Program Manager, posted on Google+ that the update is "Primarily addressing CVE-2014-0224," which is a flaw discovered in OpenSSL a ... Source: Ars Technica
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Jun 19 2014, 5:29pm CDT
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