Google’s 2013 Nexus 10 was quiet for a while, and now it is back in action with more spicy rumors. The news coming from two separate source gives a glimpse on the upcoming device.
Both the details are coming from Reddit users. According to them neither Samsung (who makes the current Nexus 10) nor Asus is going to make the 2013 Nexus 10 edition for Google, and it is LG, who is going to finish the Nexus 10 for this year. The partnership seems to be successful, as Google’s recently introduced Nexus 5 is also from the hands of the same Korean makers.
Now, take a look at the leaked pictures (after the break). The device seems to offer some design changes. The bezels are smaller and thinner, and the speakers are managed to take their position on the top of the device, rather than spreading it on the two sides of the device. The tablet is supposed to be coming Google Experience Launcher, and no need to tell you that the Android 4.4 KitKat will be pre-loaded in it.
The Telefonica leak shows a price tag of £299,translates to $482 approximately, and it also points to a possible launching date of November 22.
LG’s logo watermarked in to the device in second leak. The picture shows the model number as LG-V510, and we spotted the same device, while it received the Bluetooth certification. The second source also says a possible November 22 launching date.
If the rumors are to believed then we will see a new Nexus device by the end of this week, but nothing is confirmed, so take it with a pinch of salt and stay connected for more on the story.