Here’s a nice surprise if you like your tablets with a side of 4G service: T-Mobile has started selling the LTE Nexus 9. It’s the first time a version of Google’s latest tablet equipped with a modem has gone on sale.
Google announced the start of its Android 5.0 rollout to Nexus devices on Monday but it hasn’t happened yet. A Wi-Fi bug on the Nexus 5 may be the culprit. Now that it’s fixed, the software could start flowing.
Google’s 64-bit developer-oriented Nexus 9 tablet is finally on sale, but is it right for the casual Android user?
Google added the Nexus 9 to the Play Store earlier today. Surprisingly, it also stopped selling the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10, which are still available from other retailers.
Google’s new Nexus devices, the first to run Android Lollipop, will go on sale in the next two months. In a change from previous years, carriers will sell the Nexus 6 smartphone discounted with a contract.
Google’s upcoming 64-bit Nexus tablet will be made by HTC, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday. It’s likely to be called the Nexus 9 and it will be powered by a 64-bit Nvidia chip.
Details on HTC’s Nexus 9 tablet leaked out this past weekend, tipping a device with an 8.9-inch screen and a 64-bit NVIDIA processor.