Google had launched a new Nexus 7 and named it Nexus 7 2013 a few months ago. It also launched the Nexus 5 about a month ago. According to the rumors, it seems like Google is all geared up to launch the new second generation Nexus 10 (could be Nexus 10 2013, judging from the way Google named its next generation Nexus 7). If you haven’t been able to keep up with the news, here are some Nexus 10 rumors.
LG will be making the Nexus 10 this time and it is expected to have model number LG-V510. The Nexus 10 is expected to pack a 10″ 2560 x 1440 pixels resolution display with a pixel density of 300 ppi. Because it will be made by LG, we will not see the PLS (Plane Inline Switching) display of Samsung; we might see an IPS LCD display instead. Under the hood, it is expected to pack the latest behemoth from Qualcomm, Snapdragon 800 processor coupled with whopping 3 Gigabytes of RAM! That should help it run buttery smooth and Android v4.4 KitKat should make sure you never see a ‘lag’ on your tablet. It might also pack an 8MP camera at the back and a 2.1MP camera at the front for video calling. The Nexus 1o 2013 will be powered by a large 9,500 mAh battery which should keep it running throughout the day under average usage.
As mentioned earlier, LG will be making the Nexus tablet this time instead of Samsung. While it is surprising, it does seem logical because Google has had a healthy partnership with LG.
There are no details available on the price of the new Nexus 10 2013 but we might expect it to cost $449 for the 16GB version and $549 for the 32GB version. These prices are derived from Nexus 10′s previous price and Google’s pricing strategy for its Nexus devices so please wait for more details for correct prices.