Google has unveiled a new 10in version of its Nexus tablet, alongside a new 3G-enabled, 32GB version of the smaller 7in device and the LG Nexus 4 smartphone.
The Nexus 10 is built by Samsung, rather than Asus which has built the 7in versions, and will feature a screen resolution of 2,560x1,600 and a 300 pixels per inch (ppi) display.
Google's confirmed the Nexus 10 will run using a dual-core A15 processor that will be backed up by 2GB of RAM.
Google said the Nexus 10 will boast a battery life of up to nine hours of video playback and more than 500 hours of standby time and run using Google's latest Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system.
The update features a slew of upgrades to the OS including an improved keyboard, new actionable notifications, refreshes for Google Now and access to the music section of the Play store.
The Google Play updates promise to expand the service to offer UK users the ability purchase as well as rent movies and bring the company's Music service to Europe.
Unlike the Nexus 7, the Nexus 10 will also boast 5MP front-facing and 1.9MP rear-facing cameras.
Asus had previously chosen not to include cameras in the original Nexus 7 in order to keep down the cost.
The Nexus 10 will be available in 16GB and 32GB versions and will launch in Europe on 13 November. Google has confirmed the smaller 16GB version will cost £319 and the larger 32GB version will be £389.
Google mass product unveiling comes just hours before the official launch of Microsoft's new Windows Phone 8 mobile operating system.
The new OS features a number of similar services to Android 4.2, including the addition of Microsoft's new Xbox Video and Music services.
Check back with V3 later for a full review of all Google's new devices.
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