The Nexus Raw Debut *HD* The Nexus Raw Debut on the June 7th, 2010 edition of Monday Night Raw.
Google Nexus 4 hands-on So here it is at last, the Nexus 4. After countless leaks we finally got a chance to put our dirty little paws on Google and LG's lovechild. The verdict? It's simply phenomenal. Subscribe to Engadget: goo.gl By combining the nicest elements of the Optimus G with the latest iteration of Jelly Bean (Android 4.2) the two companies have created something that's better than the sum of its parts. Aesthetically, the Nexus 4 blends aspects of the Optimus G and Galaxy Nexus designs, with a glass-covered back and rounded-off top and bottom edges. Watch the full video above for our hands on with Google's Nexus 4, and read more at goo.gl Watch More Phone Reviews goo.gl Engadget provides the web's best consumer electronics & gadgets coverage. Launched in 2004 by former Gizmodo editor and co-founder Peter Rojas, Engadget now covers the latest mobile devices, computers, and every gadget under the sun. Get more Engadget: Read: Like: Follow:
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Google Nexus 4 vs. HTC One X+ Dogfight Part 1 VOTE NOW for your favorite smartphone rankings at Aaron takes the Google Nexus 4 and HTC One X+ for a spin in a dogfight battle. With a 1.5 GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU and a killer (starting) price tag of $299, the Nexus 4 features a 4.7-inch IPS HD display, 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD recording, 2100 mAh battery, HSPA+ connectivity, and Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean). The HTC One X+ is available from AT&T for $199.99 and sports a 1.7 GHz quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 CPU, 4.7-inch HD display, 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD recording, 2100 mAh battery, 4G LTE connectivity, 64 GB of internal storage, and Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) with HTC Sense 4+. The Nexus 4 offers a great build of stock Android, but the HTC One X+ sports 64 GB of internal storage. Which one is the best buy? Part 1 of 2. Facebook: Twitter: Google+: gplus.to Vote For Your Favorite Smartphone: Win Free Phones:
Open webOS - Nexus 7(Alpha) Open webOS, running on the Google Nexus 7 Why? We wanted a cheap, easy-to-support tablet. Who? Simon Busch, aka morphis. When? Over Christmas Break. How? By leveraging the Galaxy Nexus Port and LibHybris. Video: +ShiftyAxel
Nexus 4 vs Galaxy Nexus! - How does the new Google Nexus 4 compare to the Galaxy Nexus? Josh takes a look at the differences and similarities between the Nexuses! Subscribe to our YouTube channel: goo.gl ---------------------------------------------------- Stay connected to Android Authority: - - https - -
Nexus 4 vs iPhone 5 Does Apple's latest smartphone fruit, the iPhone 5, still look temptingly sweet beside Google's newest phone, the Nexus 4? We compare both phones in this video. Subscribe to our YouTube channel: goo.gl ---------------------------------------------------- Stay connected to Android Authority: - - https - -
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Prizefight - Apple iPad (fourth-gen) vs. Google Nexus 10 cnet.co It's a throwdown showdown between two of the heaviest-hitting full-size tablets. Can Apple's iPad 4 keep its spot as the Prizefight champion, or will Google's Nexus 10 finally take it down? Let's get it on!
iPhone 5 vs Nexus 4 vs Lumia 920 iPhone 5 vs Nexus 4 vs Lumia 920! Which is the best of the best? iPhone 5 Review: youtu.be Nexus 4 Review: youtu.be Lumia 920 Review: youtu.be Today I compare the Apple iPhone 5 vs Google Nexus 4 vs Nokia Lumia 920 along with iOS vs Android vs Windows Phone. I go over the best of each phone including the design of the iPhone, Nexus 4 specs and camera on the Lumia 920 as well as the low points like the lack of LTE, poor app selection, outdated OS and more. My Video Gear! goo.gl
Drop Test : Nexus 4 (Google) The Nexus 4 is supposed to be one of the more powerful phones on the market and is priced SUPER competively. It costs half of what its direct competitors the iPhone 5 and Galaxy SIII do. Can it stand up to a basic drop though? Watch to find out. So audience, what animal would you be and what would you do as that animal? Leave your comments dow below! Special thanks to William Fordyce for coming out as the 'referee' checkk out his channel below. youtu.be (Facebook Stalker - Will's parody of Wiz Khalifa's "Black & Yellow") Also, for those of you who haven't seen our other channels yet, have fun with these! (Brandon's gaming channel) (Darren's highlight reel channel) Enjoy!
Nexus 4 Phone Unboxing & First Impressions (LIVE!) Nexus 4 Review: Nexus 10 Unboxing: Nexus 4 vs iPhone 5: This is (for the price) a tremendous value: Android 4.2: Snappiest / most buttery Android device I've used Screen Feel: My fingers glide (LOVE) Screen Text: Clear - eyes can't tell difference between it and a Retina Screen Images: Vibrant, good representation of color Chrome: VERY smooth scroll, pinch-to-zoom drops frames Still Camera: Fine (undersaturated, noisy in low light); iPhone 5 trumps HDR: slow, imbalanced color output (currently VERY unoptimized) Maps: Extremely responsive, smooth zooms Google+ App: Scrolls more smoothly than the iOS version (?!) Fingerprints: Hello?! It's a smartphone. :) Feel in hand: Incredibly light!!! Single-hand operation: a bit of a stretch, BUT workable Default Messages: Messaging, Messenger, Talk (quite a MESS, confusing) Gmail: Fluid ("Hide pictures in messages" only has a "Yes" option) Rear Speaker: tinny (voice-optimized?), muted (tolerable) while on a surface Photosphere: Eh. Far from seamless or balanced between frames
Nexus 4 vs Galaxy S3! Samsung's bestselling phone, the Samsung Galaxy S3, goes head-to-head with the newest phone from Google, the Google Nexus 4 by LG. With you as judge, who will win in this fight? Make your decision after watching this video. Subscribe to our YouTube channel: goo.gl ---------------------------------------------------- Stay connected to Android Authority: - - https - -
Nexus 4, Nexus 10, Android 4.2: an exclusive first look from inside Google HQ The Verge's Joshua Topolsky visits Google's Mountain View, CA headquarters to check out the future of Android, including the new LG Nexus 4 smartphone and Samsung's high-resolution Nexus 10 tablet. Subscribe to our channel for more exclusive video from Mountain View. Read the full feature here: Shot by Jordan Oplinger & Sam Thonis. Edited by Jordan Oplinger.
iPad Mini vs. Nexus 7 The iPad Mini and Nexus 7 are competing in the smaller tablet space. People really like tablets of this size because they can be held with one hand, they can fit into a pocket (usually), and they're great for reading and web browsing. The iPad Mini is the more expensive of the two, starting at $329 for the 16GB WiFi model. At higher price points, more storage and LTE connectivity is available. It has an A5 dual-core chip with 512MB of RAM. The display is 7.9" and 1024x768 resolution and 162ppi. The Nexus 7 is just $199 for 16GB. You can double the storage for $249, then add HSPA+ data (coming soon) for another $50. It has a quad-core Tegra 3 CPU with 1GB of RAM. The display is 7.0" and 1280x800 resolution with a 215ppi.
Google Nexus 10 vs Microsoft Surface RT For more details, check out our web site: Attempting feverishly to make a splash in the tablet market, the Microsoft Surface RT is the poster child for Microsoft's new tablet platform in Windows RT. No doubt there's an uphill battle ahead of its path already, seeing that it's a new platform and all, but more importantly, it begs the question on how well it can compete with that other poster child taking space over in Android land -- the Google Nexus 10...
Introducing Nexus 7 With a stunning 7" display, powerful quad-core processor and all day battery life, Nexus 7 was built to bring you the best of Google in a slim, portable package that fits perfectly in your hand. Pre-order Nexus 7 now: goo.gl/p5hvU.
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Nexus Game Revolution - Vol. 9 (DnB Special Mix + Gift in the Description) Heyaaa guys! First of all: MERRY XMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR! I hope you enjoy this DnB NGR I mixed for you. I also made the list with all removed songs of my channel and a download pack where you can download all wallpapers from this channel at once. Have a good time and enjoy! :D Cya NEx ✘Nexus Tracklist: 00:00 Talon - Solaris 02:35 Curious Kontrol - Starshine (Feat. Jessica Julie) 06:14 Slogun & iOh - Be With You 10:38 Colossus - Longer Lasting 15:45 InFlex - All Over 21:17 Intelligent Manners - I'll Be There 23:29 Bulb & Cahb - Nocturne (feat. CoMa) 29:49 Command Strange - Easy 32:45 Livewire - Liquid 37:36 Tobax - Light Contrast 42:36 Changing Faces & Subformat - I Can't Change It (ft.Charli Brix) NGR Free Download List of removed songs Download Wallpapers-pack (You need WinRar to open the file) Part 1: www28 Part 2: www6 Part 3: www48 Picture used in this video: COPYRIGHT / LICENSING: All of the music you hear on this channel has been provided to HDmusicNexus with permission from the artists. The music is mostly free to download but is not royalty free. If you want to use this music in a Youtube video and enable monetization you will need permission from the artists
Google Nexus 4 review! - Josh reviews the highly sought after Google Nexus 4! In this detailed, hands on review, we take a look at the hardware, compare it with the Galaxy Nexus, have a closer look at Google's latest build of Android, and much more! Check it out and let us know what you think! Subscribe to our YouTube channel: goo.gl ---------------------------------------------------- Stay connected to Android Authority: - - https - -
Ubuntu On A Galaxy Nexus - Engadget Hands On Review For the latest gadget reviews subscribe to Engadget today: goo.gl This is no ordinary Galaxy Nexus. Instead of Android, it's running a very different Linux-based OS -- the long-awaited mobile version of Ubuntu -- which comes with a new UI adapted for smaller screens. We've played with the phone briefly and we'll have a proper hands-on video for you shortly, but in the meantime there are a few salient features to report. Read more here: goo.gl Watch More Phone Reviews: goo.gl Engadget provides the web's best consumer electronics & gadgets coverage. Launched in 2004 by former Gizmodo editor and co-founder Peter Rojas, Engadget now covers the latest mobile devices, computers, and every gadget under the sun. Engadget's video property is a part of the AOL On Network. Get more Engadget: Read: Like: Follow:
Nexus 7 Review Nexus 7 vs iPad mini: Nexus 7 vs Nexus 10: Nexus 7 Unboxing: - initial impressions (Okay) - weight / feel in hand (Good) - hardware design / options (Good) - it's place in lifestyle (Good) - screen responsiveness (Fair) - color representation (Okay) - text clarity (Good) - sound (Fair) - gaming (Ample) - camera(s) (video chat) - apps selection (ample, but unoptimized) - battery life (8 Hours) - hardware / software parity (good) - accessories ecosystem (good) - things I like Pocketable Good Media Viewer Price - things I didn't like Performance / Stutter Apps are Phone-screen Optimized Software Buttons - cost / value (Good)
iPad 4 | Nexus 10 | Surface - Web Browser Performance Test I put the top mobile browsers to the test. Using the latest iPad 4th generation from Apple representing Safari Browser. The new Microsoft Surface tablet with Internet Explorer 10 and the Nexus 10 from Google with Chrome and also Dolphin browser. This performance web browser test shows which browser is the best of 2012. To get the latest on my work follow me on G+ or Twitter Google+ - gplus.to Follow me on Twitter -
Nexus: Ask Me Anything The Best of Google, now in 3 sizes. Introducing Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10. The new smartphone and tablets from Google. Shop now at /nexus
ATIV S Review, $130 Nexus 7 Rumors, LG Nexus 4 Ad Ironies & More - Pocketnow Daily Stories: - Samsung ATIV S Review - Instead Of $99 Nexus 7, New Rumors Look To $129-149 Tablet - Samsung Confirms Windows Phone 7.8 Updates For All WP7.5 Handsets - Apple's Refusal To Grant Approval Kills Innovative Charger Project - LG's Barking Up The Wrong Tree With Its New Nexus 4 Promo Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about our Samsung ATIV S review along with some specifics on why this phone is so hot. Then it's more $99 Nexus 7 talk, even though the price tag has grown a bit to $130 or $150. Then Samsung returns to the news, this time because they've just confirmed that they will be offering their Windows Phone legacy customers the 7.8 upgrade. Apple then shows us how they don't care about start-ups by the results of a recent story regarding the POP charger for iOS devices. We end today's show by talking about LG and how their advertisement is ridiculous in a time where what they're trying to sell you is no where to be found, and yes, we mean the Nexus 4. All this and more after the break.
Google Nexus 4 by LG (TV Ad) Nexus 4 comes with a cutting-edge Qualcomm Snapdragon™ S4 processor, to give you the power and speed you need. Zip around the web, experience rich 3D graphics and gameplay, and effortlessly switch between multiple apps without ever missing a beat. With 2GB of RAM and the fastest version of Android ever, Nexus 4 is our snappiest smartphone yet.
Google Nexus 4 vs. HTC One X+ Dogfight Part 2 VOTE NOW for your favorite smartphone rankings at Android dogfight battle, this time with the Google Nexus 4 and HTC One X+. Sporting a 1.5 GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor and a killer (starting) price tag of $299 (sans contract), the Nexus 4 rocks a 4.7-inch IPS HD display, 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD recording, 2100 mAh battery, HSPA+ connectivity, and Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean). The HTC One X+ is available from AT&T for $199.99 with an agreement and sports a 1.7 GHz quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 CPU, 4.7-inch HD display, 8-megapixel shooter with 1080p HD recording, 2100 mAh battery, 4G LTE connectivity, 64 GB of internal storage, and Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) with HTC Sense 4+. The Nexus 4 offers a nice build of stock Jelly Bean, but the HTC One X+ sports 64 GB of internal storage for a great price. Which one is the all-around best value? Part 2 of 2. Facebook: Twitter: Google+: gplus.to Vote For Your Favorite Smartphone: Win Free Phones:
Google Nexus 10 Review Lisa Gade reviews the Google Nexus 10 Android tablet by Samsung. The Nexus 10 has a superb 2560 x 1600 PLS display that's very sharp, bright and has natural colors. It runs on a 1.7GHz Exynos 5 dual core CPU with MALI T604 graphics and 2 gigs of RAM. It's quick! The Nexus 10 runs Android OS 4.2 Jelly Bean and since it's an official Google branded device it will get OS updates quickly. It's available with 16 or 32 gigs of storage but has no microSD card slot. The tablet has dual band WiFi with MIMO, Bluetooth, NFC, GPS, a 1.9MP front camera and a rear 5MP camera. The price starts at $399 in the US for the 16 gig. Read our full written review here: .
Google Nexus 4 user interface This is a brief video showing off the Android user interface on the Google Nexus 4. Check out the full review at .
Five Ways to Make Your Nexus 4 Faster Right Now Submit your own tips & comment here: You'll be hard pressed to find someone who will argue with the fact that the Nexus 4 is one of the fastest smartphones on the market today. With a quad-core processor running at 1.5 GHz one might think there aren't many ways to speed it up. Luckily, there are a few ways we can make our experience with the Nexus 4 even faster! Let's take a few minutes to look at some "traditional" methods of squeezing out some more speed, as well as a couple others to shave some seconds off common tasks. Follow us: Follow Joe:
Nexus 4 Wireless Charging Read more and comment here: We've talked about wireless charging in the past and have wondered why it's not more popular. One of the main reasons could be the relative scarcity of inductive chargers. Another reason is the confusing variety of wireless chargers on the market today. Watch as we go hands-on with the Energizer Single Inductive Charger and the Nexus 4. Follow us: Follow Joe:
iPhone 5 vs. Nexus 4 In this video we compare the latest Android flagship, the Nexus 4, with the newest iPhone, the iPhone 5. They are very different devices. The iPhone 5 has a smaller display a 4" and 1136x640 resolution at 324PPI, while the Nexus 4 has a 4.7" 1280x768 at 320PPI. The iPhone 5 has Apple's A6 dual-core 1.2GHz CPU supported by 1GB of RAM, while the Nexus 4 has Qualcomm's latest quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU which clocks in at 1.5GHz, supported by 2GB of RAM. You can buy the iPhone 5 with LTE over AT&T, Verizon, or Sprint, for $199/$299/$399 depending on whether you want 16, 32, or 64GB of capacity. The Nexus 4 is sold unlock to work on any GSM carrier and can do up to HSPA+ data speeds. The price is $299/$349 for 8 or 16GB of storage. Neither device has memory expansion.
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Google LG Nexus 4 Review W/ Android 4.2.1 Google in conjunction with LG electronics have created the Nexus 4. A powerful and stylish phone that is hard to resist once you try it. I give you my thoughts and opinion on what the role of the Nexus 4 is in the mobile marketplace, and why it's not for the average consumer. To get the latest on my work follow me on G+ or Twitter Google+ - gplus.to Follow me on Twitter -
Google Nexus 10 hands-on Unboxing the Google Nexus 10 and taking a tour around its interface. Find more about the tablet here: wp.me
Google Nexus 4 Review Part 1 VOTE NOW for your favorite smartphone at Aaron reviews the Google Nexus 4, designed by LG. Featuring a 1.5 GHz quad-core Snpadragon S4 Pro CPU, Nexus 4 has a 4.7-inch IPS HD (720p) display, 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD recording, 2100 mAh battery, Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean), and HSPA+ connectivity. It's a beautifully crafted device that starts at an incredible $299.99 (sans contract). Is it the best Android phone out there? Part 1 of 2. Facebook: Twitter: Google+: gplus.to Vote For Your Favorite Smartphone: Win Free Phones:
iPad 4 vs Nexus 10! The iPad 4 and the Nexus 10 are among today's hottest tablets. Each one represents the best of each camp's large-screen mobile device offering -- the iPad 4 for Apple's 9.7-inch iOS 6 tablet, and the Nexus 10 for Google's 10.1-inch Android 4.2 Jelly Bean tablet. Which of the two is making your mouth water? Subscribe to our YouTube channel: goo.gl ---------------------------------------------------- Stay connected to Android Authority: - - https - -
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iPad 4, Google Nexus 10 and Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9" Comparison Smackdown Lisa Gade compares three tablets, the iPad with Retina Display, Google Nexus 10 and the Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9". All three have very high resolution displays and are great for media consumption, yet they come from 3 very different platforms. Check out our video review of the iPad with Retina Display at: youtu.be Check out our video review of the Google Nexus 10 at: youtu.be Check out our video review of the Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9" at: youtu.be Check out our written review of the iPad with Retina Display at: Check out our written review of the Google Nexus 10 at: Check out our written review of the Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9" at:
Google Nexus 4 Review Part 2 VOTE NOW for your favorite smartphone at Aaron goes in-depth with the Google Nexus 4, made by LG. Powered by a 1.5 GHz quad-core Snpadragon S4 Pro CPU, Nexus 4 offers a 4.7-inch IPS HD (720p) display, 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD recording, 2100 mAh battery, Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean), and HSPA+ connectivity. It's a beautifully crafted device that starts at an incredible $299.99 (sans contract). Is it the must-have Android phone of late 2012? Part 2 of 2. Facebook: Twitter: Google+: gplus.to Vote For Your Favorite Smartphone: Win Free Phones:
Nexus 4 vs Galaxy Nexus If you're thinking about upgrading the from the Galaxy Nexus to the Nexus 4, you should watch this video. On paper, the Nexus 4 is a huge leap from the flagship Nexus phone of last year: it has double the RAM, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU (instead of the dual-core TI OMAP CPU found on the Galaxy Nexus), a better camera, a newer version of Android, and a bigger battery. But in day to day usage, is the Nexus 4 a big leap from the Galaxy Nexus, or more of a modest improvement?