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Google Nexus 10 2014 pictures leak ahead of launch

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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