Google Officially announced the Nexus 5 with Android 4.4 Kitkat

On October 31 Google announced a new version of its Android mobile platform and new Nexus 5 smartphone as the first device to run the new OS. Android 4.4, has faster multitasking and full voice control, according to Google, and a smarter caller ID system so that if the number dialing in isn’t on your contacts list then Android will take a guess at who it is using businesses listed on Google Maps. KitKat devices can now send documents to printers directly using Google Cloud Print or HP’s ePrint system, and Quickoffice has been redesigned to make finding files easier and editing documents and spreadsheets more simple. The email application has also had a facelift, as has the download function.
The new Nexus is the slimmest one yet at 69.17 x 137.84 x 8.59mm and weighs in at 130g. Google claims the 2,300mAh battery is good for 17 hours talk time, 300 hours of standby and 8.5 hours of use with Wi-Fi, or seven hours on LTE. Wireless charging and NFC is also built in.

The exit of new Google Nexus 7 tablet is appointed at July

In July Google will start the sale of new version of a tablet of Nexus 7. The new tablet will differ from the previous with the processor (instead of Tegra 3 in it will be used the Qualcomm chip), higher resolution of the screen (in the first Nexus 7 it makes 1280 on 800 points), and appearance — frame round the display of the device becomes thinner. As the first tablet, new Nexus 7 will be let out for Google by the Asus. The first Nexus 7 after an exit of the new Google Nexus 7 device either will be laid off or will be on sale at a discount. For the second half of 2013, Google expects to sell 6-8 million new tablets. For comparison, sales of the first Nexus 7 in July-December 2012, made 4,6 million devices. Google submitted the first version of Nexus 7 tablet at the I/O conference in June, 2012. The price of the device — $199 for 16-gigabyte model and $249 for 32-gigabyte — allows to enlist Nexus 7 in category of “the budgetary tablets” into which Kindle Fire and iPad mini.

Galaxy Nexus from Google and Galaxy

According to CNET News Google and Samsung on the presentation in Hong Kong October 19 presented a smartphone Galaxy Nexus, working on the new operating system, Android Ice Cream Sandwich. The smartphone is equipped with a 4.65-inch Super AMOLED-display with a resolution of 1280×720 pixels, dual cameras 5 and 1.3 megapixels , a dual-core processor Cortex A9 processor speed of 1.2 GHz and a gigabyte of RAM and 32 gigabytes of storage