Google is finally letting out Google Nexus 10 2 out of its bag and to the surprise of many the new tablet is actually Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1.
Apparently, Samsung has been given the responsibility of making the Nexus 10 2 and the consumer electronic giant is all set to release the tablet at CES 2014 in Las Vegas.
The reports that Samsung has been given the task of assembling Nexus 10 2 seem feasible, as it was the one who came up Nexus 10. The buzz is Samsung is all set to launch a lot of products at CES2014. According to reports by IBTimes.com.au, “There were mentions of the compact Galaxy Tab Lite and the 12.9-inch Galaxy Note Pro. But what really pricked the interest of keen Android watchers is the Galaxy Tab Pro, which according to Samsung insiders will sport a 10.1-inch AMOLED screen.”
The Nexus 10 2 is definitely going to pack a punch and will come with features which may give Apple iPad Air a run for its money. The rumored specs of the tablet include Retina like screen with resolution of 2560 x 1600, Exynos 6 processing chip, 32 GB basic storage for files, 8 MP camera and Android OS Kit Kat 4.4.