Hereâ€™s a first look at what could have been one of the goodies Google might have unveiled yesterday â€“ the Google Nexus 10 tablet.
This oneâ€™s courtesy of BriefMobile, and just like its source’s name, this Nexus 10 hands-on video is pretty brief.
But thankfully, BriefMobile more than made up for their paltry Nexus 10 demo vid with a health serving of Nexus 10 specs.
So what exactly does this new Samsung-made Nexus have to offer?
Well, under the hood, youâ€™ll find a Samsung Exynos dual-core 1.7GHz processor supported by 2GB of RAM, ARM Mali-T604 graphics, and 16GB of onboard storage, aside from the usual array of wireless connectivity options (WiFi, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0). Â â€˜Round the back, thereâ€™s a 5-megapixel cam, and on the front, a 10.1-inch 2560×1600 resolution touchscreen, possibly not Super AMOLED though.
Not exactly the best in terms of specs, but judging from the last Nexus they announced, the Nexus 7, its price might just be its saving glory. Operative word, of course, is might.
Anyway, weâ€™ll hopefullyÂ soon find out once Google finally finds a new sched for their derailed event for October.
UPDATE: The Nexus 10 is now official! It’s been posted already over on Google Play, including its price. It’s available in two variants – there’s a 16GB Nexus 10 that’s going for $399 (priced the same as the new 16GB iPad 2 WiFi model) and then there’s the 32GB Nexus 10 priced at $499 (priced the same as the new 16GB iPad with Retina Display WiFi model). It’s scheduled to go on retail on November 13. Check it out here.
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