Fond on Google’s Nexus devices that have powerful hardware, high build a quality and most importantly that runs on pure Android operating system, providing the pure experience Google desire to provide with Android. It seems Google in love with India as they are planning to bring all of its Nexus devices along with its accessories and surprisingly even the newly getting launched Moto G from Google subsidiary company Motorola to India.

First to land will be the recently launched Nexus 5 smartphone which already got its Indian pricing of Rs 28,999 for 16GB model and Rs 32,999 for 32GB model. The smartphone is already listed in Indian Google Play store with a ‘coming soon’ tag. Various media reports that Google may launch the smartphone in India on November 14th, 2013.

Next to come in the row is the second edition of Nexus 7 (2013) tablet unveiled during the Google Event held at July, 2013. In an awkward style Google has revealed the pricing for the high-end model of Nexus 7 (2013) that’s a 32GB Wi-Fi/4G variant with a price tag of Rs 25,999 and tagged with ‘coming soon’ badge. But still the lower models (16GB/32GB WiFi) didn’t received the pricing on it. TOI in a press report says Google will launch the newest Nexus 7 on November 12, 2013. [source – Nexus 7]

Nexus 7 (2013) tablet pricing India

The new entrant to the nexus family in India is the one year old Nexus 10 tablet, which recently got a pricing for the 16GB WiFi model at Rs 29,999. The tablet is still tagged as ‘coming soon‘ and may end up launching in India this November. It would be surprising to see Google launching a year old device in India, considering its successor is expected to be around the corner. [source – Nexus 10]

Nexus 10 tablet pricing India

Motorola Coming back to India?

After Google purchased Motorola, it ended its all operations in India including selling of mobiles. However, recently Motorola through its official Twitter account tweeted a teaser of its newly launching Moto G smartphone that says hello in a number of languages, including Hindi. It seems Google owned Motorola coming back to India with its so-called budget friendly Moto G.

The Moto G is expected to feature a 4.5-inch 720p display, powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 5 megapixel rear cameras, 3G (probably 4G LTE) and at a price tag less than Rs 15,000.

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