13:26 31 October 2012
Google has confirmed rumours that have circulated for weeks as it has released two exciting new devices; the Nexus 4 handset and Nexus 10 tablet which are believed to be more advanced than other tablets available in the market today.
The Nexus 10 tablet, which is supposedly made in association with Samsung, claims to have the highest resolution display in the world with 300pixels per inch, compared to the iPad’s 264ppi “retina display.”
The tablet, which will become available next month, will have a £319 tag price, and reportedly a “Play Music Service” that allows users to synchronize up to 20,000 tracks they already own with any internet-based device.
In addition to this, it is thought users will be able to buy tracks online the same way that they can from iTunes.
On the other hand, Google’s Nexus 4 handset can be used as game controller when wirelessly connected to a TV.
It is understood that the handset, which will hit the stores in November, will be sold for £239 for the 8GB version. This new smartphone will offer users a new panoramic camera tool called Photo Sphere – as reported by The BBC – that can create stunning 360-degree immersive experiences.
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