Google Nexus 10 November 22 Release, Nexus 8 Already Killing Apple iPads

cipations and rumours, in the late July, Google, at last declared a second gen 7-inch nexus tablet series. The all-new Nexus 7 was declared and launched all over the world months, Google has given no sign there would be a dazzling refresh Nexus 10 to join in with. However, if the latest anticipations and expectations are to be believed, Nexus fanatics will see a new release of Nexus 10 in the After months of anticipations and rumours, in the late July, Google, at last declared a second gen 7-inch nexus tablet series. The all-new Nexus 7 was declared and launched all over the world months, Google has given no sign there would be a dazzling refresh Nexus 10 to join in with. However, if the latest anticipations and expectations are to be believed, Nexus fanatics will see a new release of Nexus 10 in the present week.

A Reddit user claimed in the past weekend regarding the O2 published that he works as the Nexus 10 carrier render. The image reveals a speaker grill on device’s top, but doesn’t provide a complete lot anywhere else on the device. O2 made its distance from the image by publishing a note to Pocket –Lint, claiming that it has no idea about Nexus 10 and the picture isn’t from Telefonica, irrespective of the watermark present on it. However, it joins quite nearly with second render also published on Reddit. However, the post has been removed after that. The reports of Pocket Lint state that the picture was marked as LG-V510 and the release date mentioned was November 22.

Specs of Nexus 10 second generation

The former rumours about Nexus 10 state that it will feature 10.05 inches screen with a resolution of  2560x 1600, 300ppi along with RAM of 3GB, Quad core Snapdragon 800 processor, 8MP camera on the rear part and 2.1MP camera on the anterior side and a battery of 9500mAh.

The original Nexus 10 has been crafted by Samsung, but news report that the new Google second generation Nexus 10 will be produced from the sheds of LG. Hence, the good partnership of Google with LG now makes sense for the Nexus smartphone series, though the shift is a little surprising.

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