Google launched their latest mobile phones and tablets on Tuesday evening (UK time), built on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. The system is supposed to be one of the quickest mobiles on the market and it quickly sold out. However, the limited stock was quickly sold out and their local provider (o2) is probably only happy about that.
What is Android 4.2 Jelly Bean?
Jelly Bean is the latest OS by Android, created to make Internet surfing, typing and taking photos more pleasant.
The new Nexus 4 mobile from Google is built for multitasking and the device is also very fast. Moving between screens and switching between apps have never been so effortless, according to Google.
Searching and browsing results in Google can now be done by voice recognition and if Google knows a precise answer, you will hear the device speak back to you. Perhaps not the most innovative tool, since the first Siri was launched long ago, but now you get answers from Knowledge graph. Surfing with Chrome is likely to be slightly faster than Safari used in Apple’s iPhone 5. However, most photographers and designers are probably likely to go with iPhone 5 instead due to top quality screen, ability to take great photos, a wide range of apps and loyal users of course.
Summary: Overall, the new mobile phone from Google is likely to give you a faster browsing experience and many new and interesting functions. A shame it was released so late, which probably made it lose considerable sales to Samsung s3 and iPhone 5. SEO Specialist assume Nexus 4 will get many tech savy users while iPhone users will keep being loyal to their brand. But how long will it last?