Samsung flagship model Nexus 10 and LG Nexus 4 have recently launched with Android 4.2 Jellybean operating system. The partner, Google released these models along with Nexus 7 3G variant which is also runs on Android 4.2. These are the treats Google wants to offer all the Android lovers. To bring in the more excitement, testers are waiting to see the official Android 4.2 Jellybean pushed on their ICS handsets and tablets.
LG Nexus 4 has already got several reviews and certainly looking to behold the user’s first choice among popular device in market. The speculation cropping up weather the Samsung Nexus 10 tablet will able to vie with present king iPad, but this new update to both the device will raise the level of popularity. The new Android 4.2 update rolls out the lock screen widgets to Nexus 4 as well as Nexus 10. The user can interact with the widgets including services like camera, calendar and email anytime.
The new Photo sphere for camera, multi-user and other feature are the new features. However, the multi-user account features is best use in new Nexus 10. Every individual in the house can make use of a single tablet with different account like personal computers do. Personalize own account according to the taste and play games, store media and own apps from play store.
If you wanna purchase one of the device- Nexus 10 or Nexus 4 then get it with official Android 4.1 and soon through OTA get Android 4.2. When it will get pushed, you will enjoy world’s best up-to-date features. The current Nexus 7 owners will shortly get the Android 4.2, but we have tutorial to manually update Jellybean 4.2 on it. Let the device rush to market then only we can enjoy the Lock Screen Widgets & Multi-User features. For the time being enjoy dreaming about how the new feature would be in real.
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