Google's lifted the lid on two new Nexus devices -- a smart phone and a 10-inch tablet, built by LG and Samsung respectively. Here's what you need to know about these new raw-Android devices, when you can buy them and how much you'll be paying.
LG Nexus 4
The long-rumoured LG Nexus 4 is here at last, and it's mega-cheap. £239 gets you a SIM-free, 8GB, quad-core smart phone with a 4.7-inch, 768x1,280-pixel display -- those are specifications easily on par with the Samsung Galaxy S3.
If that's not enough storage, £279 gets you the 16GB option. There doesn't appear to be any expandable memory -- or 4G -- but those are small prices to pay when you're paying such a small price.
Google says the Nexus 4 is out on 13 November -- we'll let you know when we hear about contract options, though Pocket-Lint reports that O2 will have a month's exclusivity on offering this high-end, wallet-friendly mobile.
If you're on a different network don't despair, the phone is almost cheap enough that you could probably just buy SIM-free and switch to a rolling monthly SIM-only contract.
Samsung Nexus 10
Samsung is getting in on the Nexus fun, with a 10-inch tablet dubbed the Nexus 10. This tablet boasts a stonkingly high 2,560x1,600-pixel resolution screen -- that's higher than Apple's retina display iPad.
It comes in either 16GB or 32GB versions. The 16GB model costs £319, while the higher-capacity option will set you back £389. That's not quite a Nexus 4-level bargain, but it still seems reasonable.
There's a 5-megapixel rear camera and 2GB of RAM, which suggests a healthy amount of power under the bonnet. It weighs 603g and is 8.9mm thick.
We'll know more when we give it the full review treatment -- for now we know it'll be released on 13 November, just like the Nexus 4.
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