Android 42 update for Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 adds lock screen widgets and multiuser support

Google just pushed an OTA update to Android 4.2 for our Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 review units. As expected, the update adds lock screen widgets to both devices and multi-user support to the Nexus 10. We've reached out to Google and the company's confirmed that this is the build that will be shipping on its flagship phone and tablet tomorrow. We'll soon be putting this latest build of Jelly Bean through its paces, but in the meantime, take a look at our gallery of screenshots below.

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Android 4.2 update

Update 1: Speaking of Android 4.2, check out this amazing collection of Photo Spheres.

Update 2: You'll find benchmark results after the break -- we'll update with battery rundown numbers as time permits.

Nexus 4 (update) Nexus 4 LG Optimus G
Quadrant (v2) 4,984 4,902 7,628
Vellamo (v2.0 HTML5) 1,311 1,236 1,710
AnTuTu 9,068 10,122 11,284
SunSpider 0.9.1 (ms) 1,878 1,975 1,283
GLBenchmark 2.5 Egypt Offscreen (fps) 30 30 31
CF-Bench 13,873 13,835 14,398
SunSpider: lower scores are better

Nexus 10 (update)

Nexus 10 Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
Quadrant 4,751 4,551 5,695
Vellamo (v2.0 HTML5) 1,772 1,605 2,395
AnTuTu 9,150 8,731 11,962
SunSpider 0.9.1 (ms) 1,408 1,371 1,193
GLBenchmark 2.5 Egypt Offscreen (fps) 36 33 n/a
CF-Bench 10,997 9,772 13,157
SunSpider: lower scores are better