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Google's Nexus 10 Tablet Appears Running Android 4.2
Google's Nexus 10 Tablet Appears Running Android 4.2


Details about Google’s impending Nexus 10 tablet have been surfacing for quite some time.


This time around, we are hearing that the Google Nexus 10 will be entering the market soon at a Google event. It’s said that the Nexus 10, which succeeds Google’s Nexus 7 will boast a Samsung-built Exynos 5250 processor, which by the way is the same processor that we saw on Google’s Chromebook; 16GB of en suite storage and 2GB of RAM.


The Nexus 10 will have a 10-inch display with native resolution of 2560 x 1600 resolutions. In terms of camera, it is expected to have a 5-MP primary camera, plus a forward-facing camera. The W-Fi only Nexus 10 will also have NFC and Bluetooth 4.0.


The Nexus 10’s precursor, the Nexus 7 was Google’s first device to run their latest mobile OS, the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Now the reports suggest that the Nexus 10 will be the first one to run Android 4.2. It’s worth mentioning that contrary to popular belief, the Android 4.2 will still have the Jelly Bean name instead of moving to Android: Key Lime Pie.


According to reports featuring Android 4.2, the latest operating system will be a minor update of 4.1. It will be bringing a brand new quick-settings bar to give you easy access to certain features like W-Fi controls and brightness for your device, in addition to enhanced clock applications and camera. It will also offer support for many user accounts on one device.


We haven’t received any updates regarding the features of Nexus 10, but we are positive of receiving them very soon. So stay tuned to know all about the Google Nexus 10.

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