If the reports are true, the predecessor power is no where near the Nexus 10 2. The first Nexus 10 could go as far as 10 hours only, almost half the Nexus 10 2 life.
With the Android 4.4 KitKat OS update, undoubtedly Nexus 10 2 is set to do well in the markets. Google boasts about OS stability, with the cleanest and updated versions of Android OS. As far as the display is concerned, 1920 x 1080p offers clean HD viewing for users. The processor is the trusted quad-core Snapdragon 800 chipset and Adreno 330 GPU, and 3GB of RAM makes Nexus 10 2 perfect for users fond of multi tasking. Access to LTE network will be included thus removing the headache of slow internet connection for Google smartphone users.
There will be a single speaker above the display in landscape mode. Nexus 10 2 will be available in the market in black and white colour options and the WiFi+cellular device will cost 299 pounds. Nexus 10 2 is manufactured by LG, the first generation Nexus 10 was manufactured by the Korean tech giant Samsung. The latest update of Play Store will definitely impress Android fans, with proper segregation of apps for tablets and smartphones. What remains to be seen is when the device is going to release. It may be next week, which may start the battle of all the devices releasing in December. If that is expected, the release date could be no further than 27 or 28 November 2013.