Google’s ‘Nexus’ event postponed due to Hurricane Sandy

An event set to be hosted by Google involving the promotion of LG and Samsung’s latest Nexus phone and tablet range, has been postponed due to the catastrophic effects of Hurricane Sandy.

The event, set to be held in New York on Monday morning, was set to be hosted by Google. The search giant was set to unveil the latest Nexus smartphone and tablets.

It has been widely reported that the latest ‘Nexus 4’ smartphone will embrace to following features:

  • A 4.7inch screen with a pixel density of 320ppi
  • An 8MP rear camera
  • A panoramic photo capture system
  • A 1.5GHz quad-core processor
  • 8GB onboard storage

The Nexus 4 smartphone is expected to run Android 4.2 and it is understood that users will not have the option to expand storage capacity with an SD card.

Samsung’s latest tablet, the ‘Nexus 10’, which was also set to be launched at the postponed event, is expected to offer:

  • A 10inch display screen
  • 2560×1600 pixels for 300ppi

Google has gone ahead and already announced its latest hardware devices so the anticipated event launching the latest ‘Nexus’ products isn’t to be rescheduled and will not take place.

Similar blog posts – HTC to introduce next generation display screen. Apple introduces iPad Mini.

Jamie Sansom is Marketing Apprentice at Total Ltd – a business to business service provider, delivering genuine solutions across all core telecommunication services, based in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. Total Ltd is a business that brings together and unifies all the component parts. For up to the minute business telecommunications news, please view the Total Ltd blog

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