The first thing you notice about the Nexus 7 is that it’s very sleek.
You’d think a handset this high-end would be a bit more elegant, but the Nexus 9 is also a little smaller and feels a little more like a tablet.
That’s because the Nexus 11 is also thinner than the Nexus 10, which makes it easier to carry around.
The screen is also much more colourful, with a resolution of 1280 x 800, a pixel density of 541 ppi, and an aspect ratio of 16:9.
The Nexus 11 also sports the Nexus Player 2, an upgrade from the Nexus Play 2, and it offers a new software UI with an Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update.
The company claims the Nexus PLAY 2 runs Android 5, with Android 5:1 multitasking.
That means it’ll be able to run games on your PC or TV, as well as apps and other media files.
Android 5 has also been upgraded to 4.4 KitKat, and Android 6.0 Marshmallow is in the pipeline.
You can check out our full review of the Nexus SE here.
The biggest new feature of the new Nexus 11, however, is the camera.
The 5-megapixel camera can record 4K video, and you can also take pictures with it, but it has a much better f/1.8 aperture, with no manual focus.
This makes it a lot easier to take pictures without worrying about blurry subjects.
The camera also has an aperture ring, which lets you adjust the focus speed, and its software allows you to take manual shots.
That is, if you can use the phone as a camera, you can take pictures.
The phone also has a f/2.2 aperture, which is much more convenient, since the f/3.5 aperture works better in low light situations.
You also get a 5-degree image stabilisation system, which helps smooth out lens flare and ghosting.
In addition to the Nexus camera, there’s also a 12-megapixels f/4.7-5.6 aperture lens.
You’ll be pleased to know that the Nexus device also has NFC support, so you can connect the device to your Android phone for charging.
Other features like Android Wear, Google Assistant, Android Auto, and Google Cloud Messaging are all present, as are the Nexus’ own fingerprint sensor and front-facing camera.
We also have a full list of specifications, including an overall score, battery life, and more.
Read more Read more Google Play price: $799 unlocked from $699 in India.
Availability: October 26.
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