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Now that we're acquainted with the new Nexus family, many users are beginning to make plans to pick up one, two, or potentially all the new additions to Google's flagship product line.

There's no doubt that all three devices are tempting – the Nexus 4 packs a Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, an 8MP camera capable of creating beautiful "photo spheres," and a 4.7" 1280x768 display.

The new Nexus 10 tablet has a display that might melt your corneas at 2560x1600 (~300dpi), a dual-core A15 processor from Samsung, and 2GB RAM for exceedingly speedy performance.

And of course, the Nexus 7 has also received a refresh with 32GB and 3G-connected variants making their debuts soon.

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Liam Spradlin
Liam loves Android, design, user experience, and travel. He doesn't love ill-proportioned letter forms, advertisements made entirely of stock photography, and writing biographical snippets.

  • Crazydog

    "No LTE" should be another option for the Nexus 7's poll...

  • aNYthing6

    I'll be picking up the Nexus 4 when Google eventually (hopefully) releases a 32 GB model.

    • TylerChappell

      If they pull the same stunt they did with the N7....just give it about 3 more months.

    • Humberto Hernandez

      May God (and Google) hear ya!!

  • http://twitter.com/LV2355 Laurentiu

    Nexus 4 16GB & Nexus 7 32GB + 3G

  • http://twitter.com/mortodestructo Mort

    My "some other reason" for the Nexus 4 is lack of a Verizon version. However, if @black_man_x is to be believed, we should see one in January.

    EDIT: It's not because I love Verizon. Verizon is simply the only option we have in my area.

    • John

      Link to his tweet?

    • http://www.facebook.com/joshua.rahn.71 Joshua Rahn

      same as my other reason :( I don't need 4G either, so one with CDMA/3G option would be great on Verizon! With everyone having wifi now days, there isn't as big of a need for 4G. I hardly use it on my GNex. I also would love a 7" tablet, i won't be buying a 10" because i have my samsung tab 10.1.

  • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

    Already ordered a 32GB 7 to replace my 8GB (which I'm selling to a friend). I'll almost definitely be picking up a 16GB 4 when I drop my Sprint contract and go pre-paid, unless it takes me long enough that they unveil a much-needed 32GB option. And while the 10 looks amazing, I don't think I have a place in my world for a 10" tablet at this point. I'd rather save that for a convertible Windows 8 Ultrabook--probably the Surface Pro.

    • bevon

      doing the same. im dropping sprint and paying the $100 to leave and go pre paid

      • http://halljake.com Jake Hall

        Yeah, I'd do the same but my ETF for Verizon is still somewhere around $250...

  • Firelight

    No LTE & Storage and no Verizon period are what kill the N4. As for the N7 - just not interested. But the N10 really had me interested until the $400 for 16g price tag. Why wasn't price an option on the vote?

    • http://halljake.com Jake Hall

      Because the prices are incredibly reasonable and competitive in the industry?

  • cy_n_ic

    Goodbye nexus 7. Enjoy your new home with my sister. 10 inch ftw!

    • aNYthing6

      Hmm....

    • http://profiles.google.com/marcusleejh Marcus Lee

      So... your sister likes 7 inches...

      • fixxmyhead

        lmao oh shit this made me lol big time

    • fixxmyhead

      same but giving mine to the wife. finally a man tablet

      • NicholasMicallef

        So many sexual innuendos...

  • linxchaos

    I'll get a Nexus 4 when it's put on Sprint. When that happens, I'm all over it, ditching my OG Evo 4G.

    • Todd

      Sprint is what's holding me back as well. Though I am sorely tempted to spend the extra 20-30 a month and get a T-Mobile sim only plan. My Photon is getting a bit tired.

    • http://AndroidPolice.com/ Liam Spradlin

      I've got my fingers crossed for a Sprint Nexus 4 as well, since I just refreshed my contract in June.

    • JensAstrup

      Agreed, although to be honest, I've had enough of Sprint. The LG Nexus 4 may be the last straw, I'm seriously considering going onto a pre-paid plan with the unlocked phone straight from Google.

      • duplissi

        do it, i have straight talk with my gnex and i get the same coverage as att with hspa+ (psuedo 4g) speeds (3Mbps - 12Mbps) depending on signal strength and tower - some only offer 8Mbps.

        im definitely upgrading to the n4, 350 unlocked and 45 a month for unlimited everything!? hells yeah.

      • phillies1again

        That's what I'm doing. I just finished harassing them enough about my data speeds that they let me out my line with no etf.

    • https://twitter.com/#!/psycho_maniac_ Jerry Lange

      its not going to happen

  • http://btwnworlds.tumblr.com/ Lou G

    I can't afford data plans, so no good.

    As long as my Nexus 7 gets updates still, as it is the 8gb, I have no reason to worry.

  • sid

    I was ready to buy 32GB nexus 7 but After I saw the Nexus 10 today,I am plan on saving money for some more time to buy it.

  • funkyblue

    He did not explain WHY it does not have DC-HSPA+ though That could have been put in. Latest iPhone has it. He also never spoke about WHY they released 32gb in Nexus 7 and 10 BUT NOT THE NEXUS 4. SO FRUSTRATED. I want 32gb in my phone!

  • cwagner

    Nexus 4 will probably be my new phone. What I don't know is if I want the Nexus 7 or the Nexus 10.

    • Ben Lewis

      Super high res screen or small, portable and cheaper, its up to you!

      • cwagner

        Yeah, that's my problem:P

        • http://halljake.com Jake Hall

          Also consider your use cases. I think the 7" form factor is much better for any scenario that will see you holding the device for any extended length of time such as reading in bed.

          • cwagner

            I think the Kindle will stay my bed companion;)

            And as for use cases… I don't really know what I want to do with it. Now that I'm thinking about it I think I want a tablet but I have absolutely no need for one O.o

          • http://halljake.com Jake Hall

            That's fair, it was only an example.

            I really thought I'd want to stay with my nook as an ebook reader due to its e-ink screen, but I'm really happy with my N7 as a reader. It's pretty nice to have all of my content together.

    • http://twitter.com/navjotbatra Navjot

      If you are already grabbing a N4 I would go with a N10.

    • yippiedad

      With those prices, get both!

  • Makru

    What about "Yes, i'll buy the now cheaper 16GB Nexus 7."? :D

  • topgun966

    NO SD CARD. COME on google you are being like apple here.

  • http://them3blog.wordpress.com/ Abel

    I'm going for the on Nexus 4 I just need to Wait and see how to use talk about it, but I already own A nexus 7

  • vidoardes

    What about those of use that want the new, cheaper 16GB Nexus 7?! Perfect match for an 8GB Nexus 4...

  • Mapplegate

    I'm going to get a Nexus 4 as a holdover phone until the Samsung Galaxy S IV is available. No MicroSD, non-removable battery, and no LTE are pretty big issues to me... BUT as a temp phone it'll work alright. I can always sell it when the S IV is out.

  • bL4Ck

    Nexus 4: 16GB is barely enough, 32GB is mandatory for my needs, not gonna buy it unless they plan on upgrading the storage options.
    Nexus 7: already own a 16GB version, maybe if i can sell it i'll get a 32GB version, but can live with it.
    Nexus 10: 7" are more than enough for my needs, not gonna buy it.

  • EH101

    I'll be getting the 5in 1080p HTC phone on Verizon. It was that or the note 2, but the note 2 is just too big for me. Oh, and the Nexus 10.

  • Raphaël Briand

    I'm hoping someone gets me one of the tablets for Christmas! I couldn't justify getting one otherwise, if I can't fit my music collection onto one.

  • RenatoFontesTapia

    I might be leaving windows phone for a Nexus 4... it is just too cheap...
    Why am I gonna get a lumia 920 if I can get a nexus 4 for half the cost?

    • yippiedad

      Sort of the same here... I was looking at buying a T-Mobile Galaxy Note II, but I can't defend paying $300 more for the Note II compared to the Nexus 4.

      • Avi

        I had the note 2 and ive sold it , touchwiz is horrible if youve ever used stock

        • ryan

          Stock is the worst of all UIs

    • http://twitter.com/robinashe Robin Ashe

      Yeah, nothing from Android had really enticed me up until this point (the Nexus 7 might have done the trick but I already had a PlayBook). Aside from storage (32GB would be ideal), it's hard to find fault with the Nexus 4.

    • Birthgirth

      I was also thinking this...The main reason I went to windows phone was because I didn't like the stuttering, laggy experience on Android. That's all been fixed with Jelly Bean, and it seems to be a much more capable OS.

    • Brandon Price

      And here, the genius of Google. Though I have to wonder why at this point. The smartphone wars are all but over, and Android won. Why then create a lineup of devices obviously directly matched to the iPhone, iPad, and iPad Mini, each (except perhaps the Nexus 7) with specs that not only beat, but absolutely eclipse, its fruity competitor, for a lower cost? It seems GOOG is going nuclear here... I wonder what their game is.

  • Matty

    £270 odd quid for that phone!? As soon as my Contract Ends I am buying one!

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1501675804 Jake Lee

      Way cheaper buddy. If you import from the US (if it works out technically) it's like £100 less.

      • jordanjay29

        Somehow I doubt that would be feasible technologically. I'd be impressed if it did, but I doubt it.

      • Ben Baranovsky

        @3c5905c61a14f2ef20418fcf517d76e1:disqus and @facebook-1501675804:disqus Make sure that £100 is worth the lack of support. If you import a phone (I've had awful experiences with Samsung and LG) they will not uphold the warranty agreement. That means no replacements for defective components etc.

  • Kris

    Nexus 4 with removable battery and sd slot would be an immediate buy for a lot of people. I may consider it. The nexus 7 I was definitely gonna get, but now I'm not sure with the 10. I think the lack of tablet apps makes the 10 a little too soon.

  • http://profiles.google.com/kehnin Kehnin Dyer

    dat display on the 10...

  • https://twitter.com/#!/psycho_maniac_ Jerry Lange

    Man, some of you people are idiots. The Nexus 4 will never be on a CDMA network. It's too costly. Also the nexus will NEVER have an sd slot. Thank you!

  • Anand Thakur

    Nexus 4 - it's a sweet phone but not really a big enough upgrade from my Galaxy Nexus or Galaxy S3 for me to open up my wallet just yet. If one of those bites the dust though this is the most likely candidate to replace it.
    Nexus 10 - I have an Acer A500 that's getting long in the tooth and this looks like the perfect replacement. I'm in no rush though and will wait it out a bit for it's first price drop.
    Nexus 7 - Already have one and love it, but see no reason to pick another one up. Tethering against a phone works perfectly fine so the 3G isn't a draw for me.

    • Lachlan

      you and I have the exact same situation!

  • Mapekz

    I'm split between the 3G N7-32GB or not getting anything. Ideally I would own the entire suite but these are dealbreakers for me:

    1) No LTE; huge dealbreaker, especially given the reliability of the speed and signal in NYC/NJ as opposed to with 3G CDMA (which sucked it up hard). To be fair VZW's 3G is super slow compared to HSPA+. I also have an iPhone 5 on VZW so I'd rather be able to swap the SIM between the two phones as I do currently with my Galaxy Nexus instead of pay multiple monthly fees for service.

    2) I already have a Xoom and I already don't use it. The Nexus 10 may be faster, lighter, and more modern but it can't do anything my phones and laptop can't already do. It's the toaster oven in a kitchen that possesses a very high quality oven and insanely fast and even-cooking toaster. Also no connectivity is fail because I'd rather not have to tether my phone and kill two batteries when I have the rare opportunity to sit down and whip out a huge 10" device.

    Once the 10" tablets are as paper thin and light as the iPad Mini I will reconsider them but they are just too similar to whipping out a comically large paper map to me. Maybe Samsung's flexible displays in 3 years will let us fold down 10" tablets to fit in your pocket: that would be awesome.

    3) Nexus 7 is the sole exception because it is more handheld and can fit in my jacket pocket. There are times when I want a screen bigger than my phone and/or don't want to wear down my phone's battery. The N7 fills this role while also being much more portable than any 10" tablet. Again I'd rather not tether it to my phone's data connection as that defeats the purpose of having a second device used to lengthen the amount of time I am connected while on the go so I may opt for the 3G edition. If I do it would be on T-Mobile's unlimited data plan...which may then give way for a Nexus 4 in my pocket in the near future. The Galaxy Nexus has been showing its age in terms of performance but I'd rather hold out for a Motorola Nexus if that ever comes to be.

  • Cuvis

    The Nexus 7 is a remarkable deal for an unlocked, unsubsidized phone with those specs, and if I hadn't just bought a HTC One S a few months ago, I might have jumped on it.

    • Cuvis

      Nexus 4. I meant Nexus 4.

    • Matt

      Dude you and me are on the same boat, got the one s because of the tmobile sale but if it werent for that i would be all over the nexus 4

  • MooleyBooleyTroll

    LG + No SD Slot + No LTE? Sorry... No can do here!!

  • Lachlan

    I would have bought a 32gb Nexus 4 ON THE SPOT, but I can't 'upgrade' my 2 year old 32gb iPhone 4, which is filled to the brim with music, to something with HALF the storage! I just hope that after the xmas rush Google do EXACTLY what they did with the Nexus 7, drop the 8gb, drop the price and make a 32gb version. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE.

    Regarding the 7 - I bought my wife a 16gb version a few months ago, she loves it, and doesn't need 32gb or 3g, so no upgrade there,

    Now, the 10 - My 1 year old Iconia A500 is now an update orphan, and was really looking forward to the new 10" tablet, especially that display... but I have some issues:
    1. I can upgrade my Iconia from 16gb to 16+64gb (or even 128gb) with a cheap purchase of a microSD card. This means that on holiday I can use it as a backup for my dSLR, which brings me neatly to my next point,
    2. I can plug my dSLR (in fact all my cameras) into the FULL SIZE USB port on the Iconia to download directly to the device, and I have NFI if this is possible with the Nexus.
    3. Why only 32gb? My first generation iPad has 64gb, which for holidaying with movies for the kids, and leaving room for photo backup, is really just enough (my parents just returned from Europe using just point and shoot cameras and filled up their 64gb, imagine a 23MP camera's output!)

    I really love this product line, I think it's amazing and a credit to Google, but it's just not QUITE enough to tempt me to upgrade.... yet :-)

    • http://AndroidPolice.com/ Liam Spradlin

      If you're in Europe, the arrival of Google Music will mean you can upload/sync a lot of your music catalog to your Google account, which would free up a lot of space. If you live in the US you'll be able to do the same thing, just later. A 32GB N4 -would- be nice though.

      • Lachlan

        What if you're in Australia, which a lot of people are (including my parents, and me) and Google Music DOES NOT EXIST? That is why we still like nice big storage options... especially if it's 3G and not 4G anyway.

        • Justin Swanson

          Use a VPN service to sign up for Google Music (as if you're coming in from the states). I only cache a little bit of music (1-2gb), but with unlimited data (in Korea) I don't have that for storage. With that said, I still have a hard time keeping my 16gb card down... I would've liked to see a 32gb version (i'd pay the extra $50~ for it)

      • CordellCollins

        I comvert all music i put on my phone to 128 kbps mp3 bumps down the size considerably, also moving most the songs i dont listen to off my phone to google music so i still have them but as for usb connecting to the nexus 10 it is completley possible as it should support USB OTG

        • Astrofrigo

          What IF I happen to listen to music with the highest possible quality because I have monitoring headphones? What IF I have a very limited internet connection, which in my case, in Spain, is very common? Contracts here range the 300MB to 1GB, 1GB BEING expensive, let's not mention any higher data limits. And what IF I am anywhere out of the city, especially in my town which I don't get any good data connection? I'm not going to be able to stream *efficiently* any music with Google Music while travelling, or when I'm not in the city. Therefore, I, along with A LOT of people in this world, need big storage options and don't want shitty audio qualities, for example, nor paused streaming (god, using Spotify without off-line playlists is a nightmare here..).

          I'm pretty sure Google will do the same as with the Nexus 7, and will make the N4 16GB and 32GB options as soon as they see people need it. It's a shame so much people is gonna buy the 16GB option when in reality what they want is the 32GB one, or even 64GB.

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000318532195 Aaro Kirss

            What IF??
            Well then it is not for you mr what if.

          • Astrofrigo

            I'm simply proving a few points to why we need more than 16GB of storage. I could even continue :)

          • CordellCollins

            buy a big flash drive and an OTG cable, that should fix your problem

      • crankyd00d

        Even if you have your music on Google Music it still needs to cache to local storage, right now I have 2GB of cached music on my GNex and Nexus 7....

    • Bryan Haywood

      I can't say much for the tablet part but for me I have a 160gb ipod classic for my 60gb (and counting) music collection. I don't like using my phone's battery for music since battery life technology isn't great. I don't want to be stuck without a phone because I listened to Washed Out's album too much. That being said... I wish there was more memory on the nexus 4 but I have a 16gb HTC One X and I haven't used all of its memory yet. I use my nexus 7 16gb for games and my phone for pictures and what not so unless battery life improves dramatically I don't want all my stuff on one device. Just saying ^_^

      • Lachlan

        Who wants to carry multiple devices? 32gb, as of late 2012, carries books to read, music to listen to in my car via BT audio (so no rubbish 128kbps music please) and enough photos of my kids to bore anyone foolish enough to ask, "do you have any photos of your kids?"!

        The only reason for a second device is a camera, because phone cameras SUCK.

        Also, if you're worried about battery usage, getting your music from the cloud not only uses data, but battery, too.

        • Bryan Haywood

          Nobody wants to carry extra devices but battery life isn't there yet in any device to be "all in one." that's all I was saying. I have all my music in the cloud but I don't use it unless it absolutely necessary. I don't want to use up the battery on the phone in case I want to actually use my phone as you know... A phone. I would love to use only one device but I don't think that will ever be the case... Companies make too much money selling you different devices for all your different needs.
          Also if you are worried about music quality in your car. My Ford focus 2012 can use usb as a audio source... I just plugged a 128gb into it and it's good to go even with every song being 320kbps. There's no extra cables, battery to worry about, see all the music info on screen, and I can pick and choose from my steering wheel. So... I get what you're saying and we all want the same thing but it's not practical right now. The good thing is that we have choices to choose how we want to do things and you know... Choice is good. I think that's why most of us here chose Android.

    • Bakaouji

      Regarding point 2:
      With a cheap USB Host cable you can plug in usb devices into your Nexus 4/7/10.

      There's less storage because they want everyone to use their cloud services. Yes i know it sucks for us people in Australia.

      • Lachlan

        well, yes and no. firstly, you assume that using a USB OTG cable it will recognise external devices such as cameras, and it does mean carrying an extra cable (admittedly, not too much of a problem).

        the problem is that without expandable storage, or more than 32gb, or both, that it simply cannot replace the iconia a500 as a backup device...

        also, people talk about storing media, etc, on the tablet... USB ports mean I can put kids movies on one USB key, music on another, TV shows on yet another, as well as being able to hotswap microSD... or, to put it another way, this flexibility means it CAN (and has) replaced a laptop on holiday... something the nexus 10 won't.

  • http://www.facebook.com/david.smith.547 David Smith

    I'm so happy with my Galaxy Nexus with 4g i can't imagine getting the 4. No sd/lte is a big negative for me.

    And while the new N7 options are great, they kinda screwed over everyone with an 8gb version. Today was a bummer

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1321092094 Josh Haar

    Will likely be picking up the Nexus 4 and switching to T-Mobile when my Verizon contract ends in May.

  • L boogie

    Would have been even sweeter if a 32GB nexus 4 unlocked was available and it would have been sweet but I'm game for the nexus 7 and 10 in their 32 GB flavors running Android 4.2 but was wondering about the other nexus devices that may or may not be announced....still not contemplating why ppl are still clamoring for microSD in a nexus device considering if they've been paying attention to Google in the last few years, they would've realized that it's not happening anytime soon or maybe ever

  • Jon Garrett

    If the Nexus 10 wasn't so ugly, Id buy it for sure--Im opting for the 32GB nexus 7"

  • iampoch

    Let me tell you now: 16GB is too small. I'd be most happy with a 64GB, and 32GB would just be bearable. My Galaxy Note's 16GB internal space is uber cramped now (2.4GB left, and that's thanks to a 32GB microSD that supplements it). My 32GB microSD is half-filled up, and that's only because I didn't put in my music (that would've filled up the card tremendously).

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000372600312 Joseph Pojunis

      1 word. Organization. Learn it, love it.

      • iampoch

        Thanks for the tip. But, the only reason why it's not filled up because I've organized my content. Majority of files reside in the external card, and that includes Titanium Backup files, one ROM backup file (at least two I keep in my laptop), a few videos from YouTube (less than 5), around 10 MP3s, excluding ringtones and notifications, and around 400 wallpapers (that I rotate using the Wallpaper Rotator). I already place pictures in the cloud. I also have a few PDFs and CBRs. So, what takes up my internal storage? Apps (games, mostly) and RSS and online magazine content (Pulse and Currents).

        So, no matter how well you organize, there's only so much you can do in a VERY limited space with no way to expand it. It's such a shame because otherwise, Nexus devices would've been perfect.

    • http://AndroidPolice.com/ Liam Spradlin

      For which device? Honestly I have a hard time finding things I need to keep on my phone that will even fill 16GB (granted my music is connected to my Google account). For a device like the N10 where movies and other media may be a bigger priority, I could understand going for a 32 or 64 option.

      • iampoch

        It was a general comment, but mainly targeted to the Nexus 4. I don't have a tablet, and I don't plan to buy one. Hence, why I went the phablet route. I'm a firm believer of having an all-in-one device (like Star Trek's tricorder) and smartphones are it. I haven't factored in my music collection, but the last time I did, it took up 14GB, and that's only because I cherry-picked from my collection. I almost filled up my iPod Classic back when I had one.

        I'd really love to have a Nexus device, but lack of microSD support is a very big deal breaker for me, which is such a shame because Nexus devices would've been perfect in every way.

        • Justin Swanson

          Is there a reason you can't use Google Music for your music?

          • iampoch

            Yup! I live in the Philippines :) besides, I wouldn't want to be at the mercy of cloud computing all the time because not all places would have WiFi, and I don't want to use mobile data everytime.

          • Justin Swanson

            Ahh, I understand. That's too bad. Hopefully we'll see a push for more involvement of the Asian countries (like we saw with European countries). I am currently living in SK and have some similar problems but I always find a work around ;)

            Once you have Google Music activated on your account though, It'll work anywhere you go :)

          • Jaime

            Google music doesn't work or exist in a LOT of countries

  • Palmer Nyako

    lol no cdma.

  • sgtguthrie

    For the Nexus 7 you forgot the option "I'm still pissed that Google pulled a Motorola Razr on me and released a 32gb for the price of my 16GB only months after release!" That's my true vote!!!

  • Evan

    Passing on the Nexus 4 since I just got the Evo LTE. Passing on the Nexus 10 since I already have a 10" tablet and I find I'm using it less and less.

    The 3G Nexus 7 is what I am aiming for. I may not need the 3G connectivity all the time, but $50 for the option to get a prepaid SIM card seems like a good idea to me.

  • TristanPR77

    I am going with the Nexus 10 32GB, that will be my Christmas gift.

  • Bariman43

    Was planning on getting a 16 gig N7, but now that the 32 gig option is available, I'll be getting that instead.

  • Mike

    (if it ever does come to Sprint) ive decided not to plan on buying it because ive only had my Samsung Galaxy Nexus for about half a year now and it works great, so theres really no need for a new phone. ill probably just wait for the next Nexus

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1129440224 Christopher Ching

    The Nexus 4 has some nice specs and a very good price, but having bought a Galaxy Nexus only last year, I'm not really sure if I'd bother upgrading yet. The lack of a SD card option and so little onboard space is also a problem. Granted, the Galaxy Nexus doesn't have one either, but it's also demonstrated why an SD card would be a good feature. And HSPA+ 42 would be nice, but it seems no one makes international versions with that feature.

    That Nexus 10 does look good though. Was originally wondering why it had only a dual-core Exynos, but by all reports it's smokin' anyway. I'll wait for the reviews first then figure out whether to go about getting one.

    • selonmoi

      "And HSPA+ 42 would be nice, but it seems no one makes international versions with that feature."

      What does this mean? My understanding is that there is just one Nexus 4 (with two different storage options) and it is pentaband HSPA+ 42.

  • William Pickering

    Quad-core nexus 4, dual core nexus 10. Slightly disappointed.

    • http://twitter.com/jamesbarone97 Alexander Barone

      that a15 chip has enough juice to power a laptop. its certainly enough. The amount of cores isn't everything. its how the chip puts those cores to work that matters. the a15 with that gpu will be the speediest combo on the market.

  • TechGuy21

    i have a N7.and a S3 but the nexus 10 is kinda ugly. idk might pick one up around black friday.ill wait for reviews. plus i got mad games i need to buy. tomorrow AC3 NFS then BO2

  • http://www.facebook.com/jmphillips89 Josh Phillips

    Nexus7 needed a "wish i'd waited option".

  • Chris

    I will admit the N4 surprised me with how good it looks, but the Galaxy Nexus is by far the best phone I've ever owned, it's 10 months old and hasn't had a single issue. Unless the N4 drastically blows the GNex out of the water I won't be getting one. That said, the Nexus 4 will probably be my next phone, when I do decide I need an upgrade.

    I'm happy with my 16GB Nexus 7, the 32GB would be much better, but not enough to buy a new one for me.

    I don't have a place in my life for the 10 inch tablet form factor, but after seeing the Nexus 10 today, you can bet, if I find a place in my life to fit one, that WILL be mine!

    Storage for media doesn't matter to me, I have a 64GB iPod Touch I use for music and movies. The Android devices aren't used for media most of the time except for photos and the occasional Spotify.

  • jordanjay29

    I was already going to buy the Nexus 4 after being totally screwed with the HTC Vision (aka T-Mobile G2). However, after learning that T-Mobile will carry it for $150 less than the unlocked version, I'm definitely sold!

  • JG

    I'm kind of thinking maybe I might ask "Santa" for a Nexus 10... I was a little disappointed when I first saw how small of a box my Nexus 7 came in. The extra screen space would be nice, and help make it more of a desktop replacement as many of my iPad friends said their tablets are ("I hardly ever get on my desktop now").. Though, other than its slight diminutive state, my N7 works well for me... I don't know if I want to spend the money on a 10-incher, or maybe save it for something else down the road...

    I wouldn't mind having more storage on my 7, but I don't think I'll upgrade it. If I were, I'd go full hog & get the 3G variant. But since I can't use it on Verizon.... Of course if it did work on Verizon, adding it to my account would force me to lose my unlimited data anyway.... So I guess I'll just have to stick to either finding a wifi spot or breaking down & tethering....

    As for the 4... I'd love to have a Nexus phone, but I'm not really feeling the 4.... The lack of LTE is one reason. Of course, by the time my area gets 4G half the world will be enjoying 5G speeds so I probably don't need to worry about that. I knew Google wouldn't include an SD card, but I'm kind of surprised they limited it to 16GBs - you'd think they would have learned their lesson from the N7... And of course there's the issue that its not on my carrier....

  • Nick

    I would have bought a Nexus 4, but no CDMA means no Nexus 4 for me. Oh well. Probably pick up an SGS3.

  • http://www.facebook.com/RobJohnson90 Rob Johnson

    Skipping all, the tablets are too expensive and the phone is made by LG.

  • pthomasgalaxy

    Does anyone remember the archos line of tablets, where are they in this whole scramble and why didnt they take off like kindle, ipad, and the rest?

  • defred34

    I think, at that pricepoint, its HARDER to NOT GET the Nexus 4 than to get it!

  • Josh King

    Im planning on the Nexus 7 WiFi 16G.

  • oneillperson

    Nah, I'll opt for one of the Verizon Razrs instead.

  • http://twitter.com/RRiggleman Rob

    If i could only justify leaving evil Verizon

  • http://www.youtube.com/mrjlwilliams J. Williams, click here

    Nope. If I had 4 hands, I would these devices 4 thumbs down.

    • bananatroll

      the milks gone bad bitches!!!

      • http://www.youtube.com/mrjlwilliams J. Williams, click here

        Lol

  • dsass600

    Guys which should I do?

    1: Cancel Macbook Pro for $1856, buy cheaper and worse PC/Mac, get out of Verizon contract, go to AT&T, lose 4GLTE but still have HSPA+, buy new Nexus.

    2. Keep Macbook Pro for $1856

    Notes: Keep in mind that a Mac already does everything I need it to do, and Android is much easier to operate from a Mac. Plus Windows 8 is very different.

  • Garry DeWitt

    Verizon version is a must. I'm not backing out of a contract and paying an etf just to get the new hotness. I will be acquiring a 16gb nexus10, however.

  • dragongunner

    As a 2 time Nexus owner (Nexus 1/Galaxy Nexus I've got to say, "Not this time around". I just bought the Galaxy Note II. Sorry Google your gonna have to step up your game a bit.

  • 5M

    If there was a Nexus 10 3G I would buy it .

  • http://twitter.com/Codexx Cody Curry

    I was keen on a Nexus 7 for a long time and waiting for the price drop. I figured a 10-incher would be too big and unwieldly. After seeing the Nexus 10 shown off, I think it may actually may a good replacement for my aging netbook. My phone doesn't have the screen size or power to handle large PDFs and the keyboard is too small to type up notes for school.

    I'll be skipping the Nexus 4. My GNex still feels like new aside from a few scratches here and there. LTE and T-Mobile are two big dealbreakers for me, as is a removable battery. Unfortunately, the Nexus 4 isn't for me. Maybe the next Nexus will tickle my fancy at a time when my phone is feeling like it's aging. Or maybe not. We'll see. I might be stuck getting every third Nexus.

    Definitely will pick up a tablet this year, but it's hard to say which right now.

  • Andrew

    The biggest thing I want to know - and the reason I haven't bought a N7 so far - is, have they fixed the screen problems from the first N7? I primarily use tablets to display photos, so if the screen isn't properly calibrated I'm not interested.

  • http://www.youtube.com/mrjlwilliams J. Williams, click here

    Looks like most people don't wan it.

  • francisco

    Is there any info on whether the nexus 10 has a micro sd card slot?

  • Humberto Hernandez

    I'll wait for a Nexus 4 of 32Gb. 16 is not enouth for me. I have 8gb of music in my 8gb SD card, and, in my 16gb internal memory, i have 6gb left. I want those 6gb free for recording HD videos, and games. And sorry, cloud storage is not an option in my country.

  • http://twitter.com/PCSievers P.C. Sievers

    I may pick up an N7 at some point next year, I likely wont get a 10" tablet at any point, but the N4 will almost certainly be my next phone though

  • jaya halasi

    I just don't know.
    I have a galaxy nexus now, which I love.
    I'm sure I could sell it to get a good bit of change towards the nexus 4.

    I'm quite tempted by both tablets, just not sure which one (and price point) really suits me.

    anyone know where I can put my hands on these devices? (I've spent some time with a nexus 7, and it's quite wonderful)

  • John Mayson

    I'd love one of each. But I bought a 16 GB Nexus 7 and a Google Galaxy Nexus both in July. I probably won't upgrade again until 2014. But I continue to torture myself by drooling over the latest goodies. :-)

  • CeluGeek

    I'm not getting any device designed with the thought that I'm too dumb to understand the concept of built-in storage vs removable storage. I've been working with computers for two decades now and I don't need a dumbed-down devices. Nexus = toys.

  • Simon Belmont

    I'd get the Nexus 4 if Sprint got a variant. But, it seems that won't be happening. No, I'm not bellyaching over the lower storage options or the lack of LTE here. I just wanted a Nexus 4 on Sprint.

    That being said, I may just jump ship and obtain an unlocked Nexus 4. I have a few months until my contract is up, so we shall see.

    • Simon Belmont

      By the way, I will definitely be picking up a 32GB Nexus 7. I've been waiting for that for a while now.

      The Nexus 10, not so much. I have an HP TouchPad that's running CM9 that I am already content with.

  • Aincalandorn

    If (when) the Nexus 4 comes out with a 32gb version, I'll be getting it. I have to save up some money to buy it anyways.

  • nobars

    the lack of storage and use of my sd cards and the fact that i doesnt have a removable battery
    and not depend on a charger or run out of battery when i need the most is a real deal breaker for me