Google's answer to the Apple iPhone 5 is the Nexus 4 smart phone, which is built for Google by LG. It has a quad-core processor, a crisp 4.7" (320 ppi) display, 8MP camera, and wireless charging.
The unit also features the latest version of Android 4.2 ("Jelly Bean"), and an onboard camera that includes Photo Sphere, which lets you create a stunning 360-degree experience by taking shots up, down, and every other direction.
Android 4.2 also includes features like Gesture Typing, which lets you glide your finger over the letters you want to type. It also adds support for wireless display so you can wirelessly watch movies, YouTube videos and play games right on your Miracast-compatible HDTV.
The 16GB version of the Nexus 4 is available through T-Mobile for $199, with a 2-year contract. The handset is also available unlocked and without a contract on the Google Play Store. If you want to use the phone with AT&T, the price is $299 for 8GB for $349 for 16GB.
The Nexus 4, unfortunately, currently does not support 4G LTE on AT&T, nor is it compatible with Verizon Wireless or Sprint's networks. The unit is dazzlingly good Android phone, but in major metropolitan areas, owning one means you will be stuck in the slow lane. For more information, visit Google.com.
The Nexus 10 tablet, built by Samsung, is Google's answer to the 4th generation Apple iPad.
Forget the iPad's Retina display. Google claims the Nexus 10 tablet has the highest resolution tablet on the planet with a 10.055" display at 2560-by-1600 (300ppi). The new tablet also features a rear-facing camera with flash and a powerful battery that will furnish up to nine hours of video playback and more than 500 hours of standby time.
What makes Nexus 10 truly unique, however, is the fact that it is the first truly shareable tablet. With Android 4.2, you can add multiple users and switch between them instantly right from the lockscreen. Family members can have their own home screens, their own music, and even their own high scores. T
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