Google was left in disguise by Hurricane Sandy when the launch event in New York City was cancelled on October 29. However, the search giant has gone a step further and introduced its latest Nexus devices through its official blog.
In the blog post, Andy Rubin, Google's SVP, Mobile and Digital Content announced the launch of the new Nexus devices including Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 based on Android 4.2.
Android 4.2 is nothing by an incremental version of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and it adds new features like Gesture typing – predictive typing, Photo Sphere – to create panoramic shots, support for wireless displays, multi-user support on tablets, Daydream – to display useful information, improved Google Now and lock screen UI improvements.
Apart from these features, Google has also added loads of new features related to entertainment to Google Play including movies, TV shows from Twentieth Century Fox and more. The movie purchasing feature will come to more countries such as Australia, Spain, France, UK and Canada.
Google has entered into partnership with Warner Music Group so that the latter will add their complete music catalog on the store.
As stated in the invite of the canceled press event - the playground is open with three new Nexus devices featuring a new version of Jelly Bean and more entertainment features on-board.
Have a look at the specs and price of each of the Nexus devices through the pages.