An inventory image of UK retailer Carphone Warehouse is hinting that the price of the Unlocked LG Nexus 4 will be £389, and it seems that will indeed be the price of the next Nexus smartphone when it is launched.
Note that the ad for the Nexus 4 mentions the OS version as Android 4.1 instead of 4.2, its a mistake and will probably change later on.
Google Officially announced the LG Nexus 4, The specs of the LG Nexus 4 are what to expect from a Nexus smartphone, a 1.5GHz Quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro with Krait CPUs, a 4.7-inch WXGA True HD IPS Plus (1280 x 768 pixels) display with Zerogap Touch technology and Corning Gorilla Glass 2, 2GB of RAM, an 8MP rear camera, a 1.3MP front camera, and a 2100 mAh battery gives you Up to 15.3 hours of talk time.
The device has NFC as expected, and will support wireless charging. The announcement does say that it will be running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, but it only mentions one new feature of the 4.2 update called "PhotoSphere", which sounds like Microsoft's PhotoSynth, where you take pictures all around and they are stitched together into a full scene.
The Nexus 4 will come in both an 8GB model for $299 and 16GB models for $349. It will be available in the Google Play Store on November 13th in US, UK, Canada, Germany, France, Spain and Australia, and will come to retail stores at the end of November.
We expected a 32GB Nexus 7 to be announced, but that's not all we got today. Now we have two new models of Nexus 7 tablet, Nexus 7 32GB WiFi Only and a new Nexus 7 32GB HSPA+ model that supports 3G and SIM-card slot .
Other than the improvements of Android 4.2, the Nexus 7 tablets are what you already know. But, the best part about this announcement is that you don't have to wait if you don't want to. The 32GB WiFi-only Nexus 7 is available right now in the Google Play Store for $249, and the 16GB Nexus 7 has dropped to $199.
The 32GB Nexus 7 with HSPA+ built-in will launch along with all of the other new Nexus devices on November 13th, and will cost just $299.
Google Officially announced a whole New Nexus lineup in three sizes... Introducing Google Nexus 4, 7 and 10.
Nexus 4 is our latest smartphone, developed by Google & LG. It has a quad-core processor which means it's super fast, a crisp 4.7" (320 ppi) display that's perfect for looking at photos and watching YouTube, and with wireless charging you just set the phone down on a charging surface to power it up, no wires needed.
It also features the latest version of Jelly Bean, Android 4.2-the simplest and smartest version of Android yet. Starting with the camera, Google have reinvented the photo experience with Photo Sphere, which lets you capture images that are literally larger than life. Snap shots up, down and in every direction to create stunning 360-degree immersive experiences that you can share on Google+ with friends and family-or you can add your Photo Sphere to Google Maps for the world to see.
Nexus 7 32GB
Nexus 7 brings you the best of Google-YouTube, Chrome, Gmail, Maps-and all the great content from Google Play in a slim, portable package that fits perfectly in your hand. To give you more room for all that great content you can now get Nexus 7 with 16GB ($199) or 32GB ($249) of storage.
Google also added HSPA+ mobile data. Nexus 7 is now also available with 32GB and HSPA+ mobile ($299), which can operate on more than 200 GSM providers worldwide, including AT&T in the US.
Nexus 10 is the ultimate tablet for watching movies or reading magazines. Google wanted to build a premium entertainment device, so Google partnered with Samsung to do just that. Nexus 10 is the highest resolution tablet on the planet with a 10.055" display at 2560-by-1600 (300ppi), that's over 4 million pixels right in your hands.
It comes with a powerful battery that will get you up to nine hours of video playback and more than 500 hours of standby time. With a set of front-facing stereo speakers, you can watch movies right from your Nexus 10 and they simply sound awesome. But what makes Nexus 10 unique is that it's the first truly shareable tablet.
We already saw the Linux-based Ubuntu OS running on Nexus 7 Demo video from Canonical engineers, as the company is working on optimizing Ubuntu for mobile devices. Google Nexus 7 is the first device to support Ubuntu. Ubuntu Developer Summit (UDS) is very close, so Canonical released an Official Unbuntu installer for Nexus 7 so devs can easily load up the latest Ubuntu 12.10 on their Nexus tablet.
Obviously, your Nexus 7 will need to be unlocked for this to work, but after that the setup looks to be pretty easy. There is a full GUI to walk you through the install process, and get you started. There are some known issues with the process, notably that fastboot can fail, and as yet Ubuntu tends to be more of a memory hog than the Nexus would like.
Canonical said that the Ubuntu 13.10 is coming on April, 2013 with more touch-friendly UI and will support more Android tablets.