Android 5.0 Lollipop may be fun for some, but for us, it was a nightmare! My Nexus 7 (2012) was running slow with Android 5.0. I fixed the issue on my own and going to share the method I followed. Google took longer than expected to bring 5.0 update to its older Nexus devices, which
In the fastest growing market of tablets, Google recently launched its very powerful device named as Nexus 7 tablet. This device has a 7 inch screen and runs on the Google Android 4.1 operating system. This tablet from Google isn’t just limited for web browsing and watching videos, but it is much more then that.
We all know Nexus 7 is a powerful device and you can play some wonderful games on it. Powered by Quad Core Tegra 3 processor, this tablet can handle most of the graphics intensive games available. Playing games on a touch screen tablet may seem cool. For racing games you tilt your device to steer
Gone are the days when Apple was the undisputed topper of the tablet market. The 7-inch tablet arena is now facing three contenders for the top spot: Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD, Google’s Nexus 7 along with Apple’s iPad Mini. While Kindle Fire HD and Nexus 7 share Android as OS, they are strikingly different devices.
Well, ASUS India has really disappointing Indians by its horrible pricing of the Google Nexus 7. Indians were one of the last countries to wait for a official launch of the tablet of the year which is the Google Nexus 7, and after the long wait Indians have been disappointing again. This shows how the Indians are treated by
Yes! The wait is over. Google Nexus 7 built by ASUS is all set to hit the Indian Market tomorrow, November 8, 2012 officially. It is priced at Rs 19,990 for the 16 GB version. Google had recently discontinued the 8 GB version, so there will not be any 8 GB version available now. The
The Nexus 7 was the undisputed highlight of the recent Google I / O. The 7-inch tablet was developed by Google and ASUS in the record time of only four months, which has from the beginning to the latest iteration of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, focuses the Google Play services and with prices starting at
The Google’s official Smartphone, Samsung Galaxy Nexus which is a pretty big hit in the 2012 market. While the Indian owners of this phone get an update to Ice Cream Sandwich of course but there is no official update available to upgrade your Nexus to the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. While most of the phones