Google Nexus 10 with Android 4.2 revealed in set of leaked images

by Colton Kaiser on
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A set of images has emerged, revealing Google’s upcoming Nexus 10 tablet. The Samsung-built device is running Android 4.2 which still flies under the Jelly Bean moniker. Interestingly, the new software does bring some enhancements like a pull-down settings menu, though other significant features remain unknown.

As previous rumors suggested, the device sports a 10.1-inch Super AMOLED display (2560 x 1600 resolution), a 1.7GHz dual-core Exynos processor with a Mali-T604 GPU and 2GB of RAM. Also included is 16GB of internal storage, a 5-megapixel rear camera with LED flash, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0 and dual stereo speakers.

We had previously heard several rumors of a Samsung-manufactured Nexus 10, which leads us to believe that this bad boy is all but official. It looks like we’ll have to wait until Monday for the full scoop, though.

Source: BriefMobile

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  • Chris

    Man the back looks ugly, but who cares, this is a computing device, since when do we buy computers based on looks, unless you are an Apple.inc fan? I am gonna buy this based on the screen RES, internals and software. My Galaxy Tab 10.1 is ready to be handed down.

    • James

      I agree. We’ll be looking at that gorgeous screen when we’re using it anyway.

      • Abdul Rahman

        or likely cover it with protective case anyway :)

  • Abdul Rahman

    whoever took these photos, should be force to use Apple products for life.

  • kenny

    Only a dual core… man I hope that’s a mistake. If not then this tab is a joke.kenny

  • http://twitter.com/Tsamados Christopher Tsamados

    Regardless if this a dual core this is still the fastest mobile processor on the market period.

  • http://www.bible-tech.com/ Justin A

    so what if its a dual core? If the screen res is better than the iPad, and the price is better than the iPad, then you have an awesome tablet folks!
    the difference between a dual core and a quad core is minimal anyway, except in benchmarks. How many people spend most of their tablet time playing the latest graphics intensive games? They play cheezy games, and browse the web and occasionally watch video.