Today we’re going to kick off our week with a couple of interesting details revealed by The Next Web about Google’ plans to unveil a number of new devices and software improvements on October 29 event, thus confirming that the big company is going to shake out the market again with 3 new hardware solutions and a new distribution as rumors said lately. First in line and confirming what leaked in the past couple of weeks we find LG Nexus 4 which will stand out in the smarthone landscape for its quad-core 1.5 GHz Qualcomm APQ8064 Snapdragon processor, 4.7-inch 1280 x 768 display, 2GB RAM and 16GB storage. Nexus 7 32GB is a sure thing at this point, and the 3G version is likely to be released too with the same storage capacity.
Have a look to the unboxing video below to get to know Nexus 7 32GB better.
Next up we find the most awaited tablet of these days, which is codenamed Manta and in these weeks has been rumored to be in Samsung pipeline and that’ll be Nexus 10 follow up. According to reports, the 10-inch device will pack a 2560×1600 display with an iPad-beating pixel density of 300ppi. The device, that with this crazy high pixel density would boast the highest resolution ever seen on a tablet, is also said to be scheduled for Google’s October 29 “Playground” event.
Android 4.2 is expected to run on both Nexus 4 and 10 out of the box and we’ve already seen the main improvements that the software update will bring, but everything looks more real now and we can’t wait for the big day to arrive, probably diverting some of the attention away from Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 event the very same day.