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Google Nexus 10 2014 pictures leak ahead of launch

Luke Johnson


Google Nexus 10 2014 leak
Google Nexus 10 2014 leak

Claimed Google Nexus 10 2014 pictures have leaked, with images of the next-generation Android tablet making a premature appearance online.

Appearing courtesy of serial tech tipster @Evleaks, the new Google Nexus 10 2014 pictures have surfaced via an anonymous insider source. The snaps have showcased a 10-inch slate that looks set to appear in both black and white colour schemes.

A plastic-bodied tablet with few apparent design features that will set it apart from the crowd, the second-generation Google Nexus 10 tablet will reportedly mimic the original in being manufactured by leading mobile player Samsung.

Tweeting the image of the upcoming tablet, @Evleaks has offered a few sparse details on the Google Nexus 10 2014 specs, including its camera setup and screen type.

“Google Nexus 10 by Samsung: Exynos 5, WQXGA, 3GB/16/32GB, 5MP/3MP, 4.5 [via tip],” the teasing Tweet declared.

While the addition of an Exynos 5 CPU or a 5-megapixel rear-mounted camera are not particularly surprising, the tipped addition of Android 4.5 could see Google quickly move away from its Android 4.4 KitKat branded tie-in.

It is currently unknown if Android 4.5 would be a new iteration of KitKat or a whole new version of the mobile OS in its own right.

It is expected that a Google Nexus 10 2014 model will be officially rolled out towards the end of the year’s first half, a full 12 months after the original 10-inch Google tablet made it to the realms of reality.

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Christopher Squire

January 15, 2014, 3:14 pm

Google Nexus 10 2 Leaked Image A Fake; Tablet To Come With Android 4.5?


Ryan Rupp

January 15, 2014, 3:21 pm

Its been confirmed a fake :\

Frank Sevek

January 17, 2014, 2:14 pm

Who has confirmed it a fake? It seems to me to be the only photo that could possibly be genuine. The nexus 10 has front speakers, which was a good selling point. I doubt a new nexus 10 would put the speakers somewhere else. That would be a downgrade.

Frank Sevek

January 17, 2014, 2:16 pm

IBtimes is the fake. Their story and claims are lame and change daily.

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