Google’s next few endeavors are scheduled to be revealed at a New York event on October 29th, 2012 as per Cnet. With high interest and priority placed on Google’s Nexus line up, the next version of the Android operating system, Jellybean 4.2, is to be announced along with an aligned release of new Nexus devices including the upcoming Nexus 4 flagship smart phone.
I’ve prepared a list of the most interesting topics that’ll be covered during the Google New York Android Event event below:
Like I said, Google will be announcing the release of a newer operating system dubbed Android 4.2. This version isn’t so much of a totally new intruder, but more like a renovation. Android 4.2 is supposed to be competing directly with iOS 6 according to the Next Web’s Matt Brian. Early speculations of 4.2′s features are new panoramic camera features, a way to access Play Store content from a widget, and multi-user/ sign-in account support for 4.2 running tablets.
Its that time of year again when Google surfaces their newest rendition of the Flagship “Nexus” smart phone. Rumors loom that Samsung may no longer be the sheath of the cult-adorned Nexus smart phone. LG seems to grabbed the baton and is next up to cloth Google’s Nexus flagship. If you’re interested in seeing the leaked photos click the following link here: Nexus 4 rumor pics
The Nexus 4 is rumored to have a quad-core 1.5 GHz processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB storage, an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera and 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera. Although, I did read that the device will have a a 4.7-inch display with a 1280 x 768 pixel resolution.
Google’s current Nexus 7 tablet has been selling like crazy all over the world. Think about it, a good quality tablet from Google with awesome capabilities and features for only $200? Why wouldn’t they fly off shelves? Anyhow, the next Nexus 7 is supposed to be released in two versions. Both will tote 32GB internal memory, but one will be able to operate and surf the net on the HSPA+ network [T-Mobile's 4G network is HSPA+, its not quite 4G, but its way faster than 3G].
Google usually works hand-in-hand on many Android devices and it seems as though they will continue to do so on the Nexus 10 tablet according to the Next Web’s Matt Brian. It’ll have a higher resolution, better than the 3rd gen iPad, 10 inch screen as previously suggested by analysts. Stick tight to fund out more revolving around the Google New York Android Event .