Today Google was going to have an announcement in New York City but the weather caused them to cancel the release, but that didn’t stop them from giving us two new devices and an update to one. The first is an update to the Nexus 7, then a new Nexus 4 phone, and finally a Nexus 10 tablet. Plus they all run the updated Android 4.2, and have Google Now functionality for searching.
The Nexus 10 is a 10.055″ display at a 2560×1600 resolution, 9 hours of battery while playing video, front and back cameras, and multi user mode. It also comes in a 16 and 32 GB model, 2GB RAM, Dual-Core A15, Dual MiMO WiFi, and Micro HDMI. Looks like good specs but the images of the device make it look more rounded than a Nexus 7 so check out the gallery.
|Screen with Gorilla Glass 2||10.055″ 2560×1600 Resolution|
|CPU / GPU||Dual-Core A15 / Mali T604|
|Cameras||5MP back, 1.9MP front|
|Wireless||Wifi (MIMO+HT40), Bluetooth, NFC, GPS|
|Storage||16GB + 32GB|
|Battery||9000 mAh Lithium polymer|
|OS||Android 4.2 Jelly Bean|
|Connections||Micro USB, Micro HDMI, Magnetic Pogo pin Plug, 3.5mm headphone|
|Sensors||Microphone, Compass, Ambient light|
|Price||16GB – $399 / 32GB – $499|