The Samsung Galaxy Nexus was the world's first phone to run Android 4.0: Ice Cream Sandwich and now just under a year later it's the first phone to run Android 4.1: Jelly Bean. It's an upgrade that keeps it as relevant as ever and we've updated our review to reflect the changes.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus specs include a fantastic Super AMOLED HD screen, dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, 5MP camera and NFC support,
2. The Galaxy Note 2 will be released in this quarter. Samsung has sent its invitation for the conference which is going to be held on 24th October. It is confirmed that Samsung is going to announce the arrival of Note 2nd Generation in United States. It is expected that Samsung will start selling the phablet Note 2 from 28th of October.
The Galaxy Note 2 variants for AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon and U.S. Cellular have all passed through the FCC and U.S. Cellular currently has the Galaxy Note 2 up for pre-order and has said that it’s expecting to launch the device in October. In all probability the AT&T will release the Galaxy Note 2 first. It will follow its precedent when Galaxy S3 was released and AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint offered the Samsung Galaxy S3 first, followed by Verizon Wireless. The U.S. Cellular has already set Samsung Galaxy Note 2 up for pre-orders on their website and offering it for $299.99 with two year service contract. U.S. Cellular has indicated towards a November starting release but it is expected that the phone will be available later this month.
3. CNET - The latest reports indicate that Google and Samsung are making a Nexus 10 tablet, which will fill the gap in the high-end market segment.
The 10.1 inch Nexus tablet is expected to have an unprecedented high-res display of 2560 x 1600 featuring a pixel density of 299 ppi, surpassing the screen featured on the new iPad by quite a lot.
Google might also launch an even more affordable Nexus 7 version in December, which reports claim, it will be priced at $99.
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