Google, although using Samsung for its recent ventures, has been busy setting up trying to wade in and take some market share away from the big companies such as Samsung and Apple. Seeing as the smartphone market is so buoyant at the moment, and looks to get even bigger and better in the future, we have been itching to see what the LG Nexus phone will be like and what the specifications are.
Before that, the recent events saw the Google 10” tablet PC, which looks set to be a contender against the likes of the Apple iPad 3 and Samsung’s larger tablet machines. The news of the tablet will be confirmed next week on the 29th October, but it’s already been leaked that it will include the tablet amongst having a date of when the LG Nexus will be released around the world. We can’t wait here at Mobile Phone Checker for the LG Nexus, if the Galaxy Nexus was anything to go by, as it means that Google will have more control over the device and set it up for the new Android 4.2 platform before any other device.
The software improvements for the Android devices around the world have been slow and there is due to be an upgrade. It just so happens that Google will launch the new improvements on the same day as Microsoft will be holding its event for its own smartphones and Windows Phone 8 software enhancements. These battles amongst the mega rich companies is comical but it certainly shows Google’s intent on cashing in on the smartphone market.
More leaks from an insider of Google states that a new 32GB Nexus 7 will be available and a 3G version of the same device will too. Although the Nexus 7 hasn’t taken off so greatly in the UK this news that it’s becoming better and faster will be ideal for those who don’t want to have a laptop but don’t want to be throttled back by a smartphone’s small screen. The Nexus 7 is a very affordable unit too, when you compare it directly with the Apple iPad.
Anyway, what we’re really waiting for is the Google LG Nexus smartphone. It will run on the incredible quad-core Qualcomm APQ8064 processor that is one of the fastest on the market at 1.5GHz. It will run on the Android 4.2 operating system which will have hopefully cleared up the small bugs it sees on Jelly Bean in the UK, or at least be upgraded much faster than we’re seeing at the moment. The 4.7” touchscreen is a phenomenal one, too, and is perfectly comparable to the Super AMOLED HD screens of Samsung’s flagship models. This obviously could spell an end to the Samsung/Google relationship in the smartphone world and harks at Google’s intentions to snipe the market.