Nexus is a brand owned by Google. Every couple of years they approach a manufacturer and ask them to create the very best flagship device that they can in a certain field. In 2013 we got the Nexus 7 2013 and the Nexus 5. 2014 we got the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9. These devices are the very best in their field and run the latest version of stock Android, allowing total customisation and freedom to do what the user chooses. Running stock also means that the set isn’t weighed down by unnecessary skins and gets updates pushed faster than any other device.
The Nexus 9 features a stunning 8.9” display: not large enough for it to become impractical for portability but large enough to get a full cinematic experience when watching videos, films, TV shows or gaming. Working to today’s standards it has front-facing true stereo speakers and, if taken out on contract, 4G/LTE speed capabilities. There are a huge amount of cases, keyboards and other peripherals available.
The UK now has a fantastic 4G network across multiple mobile networks. Taking out a contract, as said earlier, will enable you to utilise this new network and receive speeds as good as fibre-optic broadband. Using a contract you’ll also be able to spread your payments across a 12 to 24 month period rather than having to pay the full price up front. This is a fantastic idea for those who travel a lot or who have a long daily commute. Browse the internet on the go with a Nexus 9 contract.
|Screen||8.9”, 1536×2048, 281ppi, Corning Gorilla Glass 3, IPS LCD|
|Camera||8MP, 1080p@30fps, flash LED|
|Speakers||Front facing true stereo|
|Battery||6700mAh, around 9 hours 30 minutes screen-on time.|
|Storage||16/32GB, no microSD slot|
|Year of release||2014|