Google is exploding with new ideas these days. The folks over at Google have just come up with the Glass, a wearable computer with a head-mounted display. The software giant is set to announce a slew of new products at Google I/O, an annual event for developer centric activities, and not to forget a perfect platform to announce 'new gadgets'. The Google I/O 2013 begins on, May 15 - May 17. This very year Google is set to update a newer version of Android, the much anticipated Kay Lime Pie.
Next on the list is the coming of improved Nexus 7 with better display and Qualcomm powered processor. Besides Nexus 7 2, the software giant could announce Nexus 4, the next -generation handset running Android 5.0 with Full HD display coupled with Octa-Core processor. The above mentioned products are just speculated devices based on various reports.
Now it is being said that Google is set to announce an LTE version of Nexus 4(via Sidhtech). In today's date, Google sells Nexus 4 in 8GB and 16GB version. The same report also suggests that a larger 32GB version of Nexus 4 is coming soon. Interestingly, Google has just added few accessories for Nexus 4 on Google Play store.
The Nexus 4 starts at $ 299(Rs. 16,181) and 16GB sells for $349 (Rs. 18,825), in the US market. India still hasn't tested Nexus 4. Recently, Google has started selling devices via Play Store. The first device that Google made available to Indian consumers is the Asus made Nexus 7, a 7-inch tablet device with Nvidia Tegra 3 processor, and 1GB of RAM.
Well, sources also say that Motorola X Phone, a heavily rumored handset is still a prototype form, and there are thin chances of the handset to get stripped at the upcoming event. It is still unknown whether Google has progressed with Motorola X Phone. The makers behind Android mobile OS are quite aggressively pushing their resources to make a Jesus handset that can ultimately crush upcoming iPhone 5S, and recently announced Samsung Galaxy S4. Stay tuned to GizBot.