Over the weekend, a bunch of press photos of the latest Nexus 10 emerged online. Furthermore, from the leaked images, it looks like LG will take over on the production of the newest Google tablet and leave Samsung and ASUS in the dust.
If the picture above isn’t apparent enough, the LG logo is completely overlaid over the photo of the Nexus 10 with the name LG-V510, the same name that has popped up over time and time again at via FCC certification documents. The second image found below is that from a disgruntled employee of Telefonica and appears to be a rendering that would be used for the O2 website. Apart from the narrow edge and the front speakers, the Google Experience launcher can be seen in both photos. As well, with most new Nexus devices being presented lately, it is expected that the newest Nexus 10 will ship directly with Android 4.4 KitKat.
While the quality of the photos presented leave much to be desired, two independent leaks bode well for the authenticity of them. With the authenticity of previous leaks being questioned as to how legitimate they are, we will most likely have an official announcement of this device this week, with most bets being placed on this Friday, November 22.
Previously known specifications
|Nexus 10 (2013)|
|Processor/GPU||Snapdragon 800, Quad-Core, Adreno 330|
|Display||10-inches, 2560 x 1600 Pixel, IPS-LCS, 300 ppi, Gorilla Glass 3|
|Interner Memory||16/32 GB|
|Dimensions||258.9 x 172.6 x 7.9 mm|
|Camera||8 MP (Rear), 2.1 MP (Front)|
|Connectivity||Micro-USB, WLAN, Bluetooth NFC|
|Operating System||Android 4.4|