The big day arrived for Google a couple of days ago and with it came Hurricane Sandy, although the path of this storm didn’t stop Google from unveiling the Nexus 10 and LG Nexus 4 with other products as well. Following this announcement we’ve seen a number of people go hands-on with the new tablet and smartphone, so today we wanted to give our readers a visual treat with a quick Google Nexus 10 review, and LG Nexus 4 review from early hands-ons.
Meet the Google Nexus 10 – the first video gives you a review of the main specs and features found on this 10-inch tablet, which the main selling point so far has been the 2560×1600 PLS screen. If we’re talking about the iPad 4, Nexus 10, or another tablet it is always important to pay close attention to the display thanks to this being the thing you look at the most all the time you’ll be using your new gadget.
The first video runs for almost 3 minutes, and as such is just a brief look at Android 4.2 and the Google Nexus 10, so you can expect a full review in the coming weeks. The second video also takes a visual look at the Nexus 10, and this hands-on review takes a silent look at the new tablet from all sides.
LG Nexus 4 visual review – the Nexus 10 might look impressive and have a stunning display, but we’ve seen a lot more interest in the LG Nexus 4 and this means a lot more hands-on reviews appearing on YouTube. The third video below is one of the best and features a LG Nexus 4 hands-on review that runs for almost 4 minutes, which gives you a look at all sides and explains the main specs during this visual walkaround.
They also touch on some of the improvements that come with the Android 4.2 update, although if this video misses anything you want to know then a quick search on YouTube is likely to reveal a video that delivers what you need to know, or head over to Google’s official page for details on the main changes in Android 4.2 that deliver a “new flavor of Jelly Bean“.
The final video below takes a look at Android 4.2, the Nexus 10, and LG Nexus 4 from inside Google HQ. This exclusive video includes a review of the main features of these new devices, which is delivered from interviews with the Google teams behind the new hardware and software. The video runs for almost 15 minutes and gives some of the best insight yet.
Now you’ve seen the Google Nexus 10 and LG Nexus 4 up close, will either device be on your shopping list? You can see how the LG Nexus 4 specs compare to iPhone 5 in our earlier article.
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