A couple of purported photos of Google's next generation 10in Nexus branding tablet has been leaked online revealing new details.
The photos were shared by Reddit users. The first photo was posted by an unnamed Telefonica (O2) employee, who claims to have access to the database where the photo of upcoming Nexus tablet popped up.
The new Nexus 10 2013 model, as noticed in the photo, features a thinner bezel. The device carries front-facing speakers on the top edge, just right above the front-camera. Besides, the leak shows the Nexus 10 is running the Google Experience Launcher on Android 4.4 KitKat. Apart from these features, the photo also reveals the pricing details of the next Nexus 10, which will cost £299. This price tag is for the 3G version, reports Pocket-lint.
The next leak has been posted by certain Korean users. The photo, which was later removed, reveals that the new Nexus 10 is made by LG, not Samsung who is manufacturer of the current version of 10in Nexus tablet. Besides, the tablet bears the model number of LG-V510, which is the similar model caught at Bluetooth Certification center and initially rumoured to be as Nexus 8.
Additionally, the LTE variant of LG Nexus 10 with black and white colour editions is expected on 22 November.
Although, there is no official word on the upcoming Nexus 10, it has appeared in the Google Play Store once for a short while revealing most of the features.
The New Nexus 10 according to Play Store listing was expected to come with a 10.055in display with resolution at 2560 x 1600 pixels and pixel density of 300 pixels per inch. The tablet is said to include an eight megapixel rear-camera and a 2.1 megapixel front-facing camera. It would have a 9,500mAh battery inside.
The listing also suggests, the Nexus 10 would use Snapdragon 800 chip featuring a quad-core processor, paired with Adreno 330 graphics unit and 3GB RAM. It would be an NFC-enabled device. The tablet is expected to be thinner featuring a thickness of 7.9mm only and a light-weight device, weighing at 584g.