Google Reveals Nexus 4, Nexus 10 and Updated Nexus 7

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Google may have had to cancel its planned Android event in New York City today, but that doesn't mean the company didn't announce its new slate of Nexus devices.

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The company unveiled three new members of the Nexus lineup: the Nexus 4, the Nexus 7 with 3G and the Nexus 10.

All three device run Android 4.2, which Google describes as "a new flavor of Jelly Bean."

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The Nexus 4 is Google's latest Nexus smartphone, developed with LG. It has a quad-core processor and a 4.7-inch display.

It's priced at $299 (8GB) and $349 (16GB) for unlocked, contract-free units. A 16GB unit is available on T-Mobile for $199.

Google is also revving up its tablet lineup. The Nexus 7 is now available with more storage. The 16GB version starts at $199 (previously, this version was $249) and a new 32GB model is available for $249. Google is also releasing an HSPA+ Nexus 7 with 32GB of data for $299. It works on AT&T in the U.S. and more than 200 GSM providers worldwide. The Nexus 7 will be available on Nov. 13 online and at retailers such as Gamestop, Walmart, Office Depot, Office Max and Staples.

Not content with the 7-inch space, Google has also entered the large-screen space with the Nexus 10. It has a 2560x1600 resolution (which gives it a pixel density nearly as high as the third- and fourth-generation iPad) and boasts a 9-hour battery life.

The 16GB Nexus 10 will debut for $399 and a 32GB version is $499. It will be available on Nov. 13 in the Google Play store in the U.S., U.K., Australia, France, Canada, Spain, Germany and Japan.

We'll post more details on the new Nexus devices and Android 4.2 throughout the day. Let us know what you think of the new gadgets and their prices in the comments.

Google Nexus 10

Starting at $399 (for 16GB), the Nexus 10 has an ultra-high-res 10-inch display, with a resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 -- even more pixels than the Apple iPad.

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