I know that most of you are eager to see the new LG Nexus 4 at the Google event scheduled for October 29th, but what if I told you that the Mountain View-based company might have something more for us.
Earlier this month there were some rumors saying that we might see a Nexus 10 tablet as soon as late October, but few of us thought that this is a possibility. To be honest, I even laughed when I first saw the news, as I was pretty sure that I am dealing with another made-up press rumors.
It looks like I was wrong, as the Nexus 10 manual was caught on camera by a South Korean website. As usual, I recommend you to take the news with a pinch of salt, as a brochure like that is very easy to forge.
Therefore, to not pop the Champlain bottle yet, as the Nexus 10 might just be a press-tablet instead of a Google-tablet.
Of course, after the success of the Nexus 7 tablet, co-developed by Google and ASUS, the search engine giant might want to penetrate the 10-inch segment, too, this time with a tablet manufactured by Samsung.
Rumor has it that unlike Google Nexus 7, a tablet focused on an attractive price, Google Nexus 10 will be a high-end tablet, with a display that will be even more impressive than Retina Display, used by Apple for the New iPad.
Reports are indicating that Google Nexus 10 will have a display with a resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 and a pixel density of 299 ppi, compared to 264 ppi of the newest iPad model that features a 9.7-inch display with 2,048 x 1,536.
The sources talking about the new Nexus 10 tablet manufactured by Samsung have strong links inside Google’s suppliers and they are saying that the slate is already more than a concept.
Since it is speculated that the Nexus 10 tablet will be manufactured by Samsung, we might see it motorized by the 1.6 GHz Exynos 4 Quad chipset used for Galaxy Note 2, so the developers will get to play with three different chipsets running on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean vanilla: Nvidia Tegra 3 (Nexus 7), Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro (rumored for LG Nexus 4) and Exynos 4 Quad (Nexus 10).
What do you think, is the Samsung Nexus 10 or it’s just another device “created” by the media?