Question in mind why Google holding the consumer launch of its Nexus Q sitting on the shelf for shipments after sale? To make it better with some more added features. The answer you got is simple but here’s a good news for those who have pre-ordered Nexus Q before will be getting a free unit after making it better. Details after this jump!
Another reason for the above question asked, like answered that unlike smartphones or tablets that lend their visuals to their functionality, or Apple TV unit that gives away its options in the name, the Nexus Q is based on visual enigma that hasn’t yet convinced by the consumer technology world. But the delay is actually a win for would-be fans of the streaming media device as though and Google’s Nexus Q didn’t gone for sale in July.
The latest decision by Google to delay the official launch of the Nexus Q social streamer will certainly do nothing to convince potential consumers that this is a device that they need in their lives. Actually, the team behind Google’s first independently engineered and manufactured hardware is delaying the public product launch to add new functionality to the device.
Apart the internal decision, Google has made it to push back that launch date of the orb and removed from the pre-order availability without giving much information, and other’s claiming that they are going to get the best and the words “work on making it even better“.
While Google isn’t providing any information on exactly when the Nexus Q’s hardware will launch, and has also stopped accepting pre-orders, those who’ve already pre-ordered a Nexus Q from the Google Play store will still be getting their devices in the next few weeks. Other alternative of course and the one with Google are publicly stating, is that they are actually adding in additional functionality and feature sets in order to bring the best possible experience to their buyers.
Don’t panic, if you’re one of those who opted for an early Nexus Q pre-order through the Google Play Store. The Big G is planning on shipping out as early as possible with an entirely free of charge Nexus Q to all those who pre-ordered earlier.
About Nexus Q: It is being integrated with graphical user interface, such as Android or Google TV that is built on Android, and gives the hardware ability to run Android apps. But as for now, Q’s audio functionality is entirely tied into three Google services, and that’s way too limiting. Hackers have already shown that the Nexus Q can handle Netflix just fine, but the $100 Apple TV already does Netflix and Hulu Plus. Allowing the Nexus Q to easily run any Android app could push the gadget beyond these lower-priced set-top boxes. With the ability to stream audio from Nexus Q to wireless speakers via Bluetooth or AirPlay.
Remind you that at it Google I/O conference last month they announced its first Android Jelly Bean tablet, the Nexus 7 and Nexus Q. The Nexus 7 has been one of the popular Android 7-inch tablet. Though that the little media streaming sphere will eventually be launched. However it couldn’t made its way to the market and for now, Google is stating that the Nexus Q streaming unit will be coming soon and released as well.