Looking Ahead: From the Google Nexus 5 to Google Nexus 6

Apr 02, 14 Looking Ahead: From the Google Nexus 5 to Google Nexus 6

Since its release in 2013, the Google Nexus 5 has enjoyed critical acclaim and brisk sales. The Nexus 5 has enjoyed a reputation as a developer’s dream device among a large and accomplished community of Android
enthusiasts in Asia. At the 2014 Mobile World Congress earlier this year, Google’s Sundar Pichai, Senior Vice President of Android, Chrome and Google Apps announced that the successor to the Nexus 5 would be
released no sooner than June or July of 2014. As they have been with most of their products, Google has been secretive about the specs of the Nexus 6 but recent trends with Google’s original equipment
manufacturer (OEM) partner, LG offers some indication of what is to come with its ‘B2’ Android phone what appears to be a prototype of the Nexus 6.

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How to Root LG Nexus 4

Sep 21, 13 How to Root LG Nexus 4

LG Nexus 4 is the fourth edition smartphone in the Google Nexus series. LG Nexus 4 code named Moke, comes with the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean operating system. We all know that all smartphones are sold unrooted. How do you root this device to have the full access? I am going to tell you a step by step method to root your LG Nexus 4 smartphone.

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Android 4.3 : Coming Soon in New Nexus 7 with WUXVGA Display

May 11, 13 Android 4.3 : Coming Soon in New Nexus 7 with WUXVGA Display

Android 4.3 is all set to rock the smartphone market. If we believe news from a very reliable online analyst, then Google will unveil the new Nexus 7 by next week. This launch will take place at Google I/O next week. While we tried tried to research further about the new Nexus 7, we found that while nothing official has been announced yet about new Nexus 7.

Well-known Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo from KGI Securities have published his research notes which reveals the fact that this device will be powered by Android 4.3. He also wrote about the possible specifications which this device may have.

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