You may have heard by now about the October 29 event scheduled by Google. While a new Nexus phone is what everyone is expecting, it seems Google might have a couple more tricks up its sleeve.
The first one is something we have already seen, and that is the 32GB Nexus 7 that is actually on sale in several places in the US. What we haven’t seen so far is a 3G version of the Nexus 7, something a lot of people have been waiting for, which is also something that Google is said to unveil during the October 29 event.
But there’s something even bigger in store for us, and I mean that literally. According to The Next Web, Google will be announcing a 10-inch tablet manufactured by Samsung, reportedly called the Nexus 10. This tablet will be running Android 4.2 like all the other device announced that day and will have a 2,560 x 1600 resolution display, the highest so far for any tablet.
Regarding Android 4.2, the OS is said to feature something called ‘content in the center’, which will let you access the Play Store through a widget on your homescreen, ‘Tablet Sharing’ for having multiple user accounts on your Android tablet and support for horizontal as well as vertical panoramic mode.