Google might introduce a 10 inch Nexus tablet on Monday. We’ve seen plenty of evidence so far. Now the folks at BriefMobile claim to have seen a lot more… and they’ve got photos to kind of prove it.

Google Nexus 10

The site has posted a series of pictures of a tablet that appears to be a Samsung-built 10 inch tablet that will be sold as a Google Nexus device.

The tablet is said to feature a 1.7 GHz Samsung Exynos 5250 dual core ARM Cortex-A15 processor, a 10.1 inch, 2560 x 1600 pixel display, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of storage (or more).

It will reportedly have a 5MP rear camera, a front-facing camera, WiFi, Bluetooth, and NFC. The Nexus 10 is also expected to run Google Android 4.2.

Like the Google Nexus 7, the Nexus 10 apparently doesn’t have a microSD card slot. So if you want more than 16GB of storage space, you’ll either need to hope Google and Samsung offer models with higher capacity or rely heavily on cloud-based storage solutions.

There’s still no word on how much the tablet will cost.

You can find more pictures at BriefMobile, including a shot of the back which looks an awful lot like the drawings from the leaked user manual we saw earlier.

via Engadget

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6 replies on “This could be the Google Nexus 10 tablet”

  1. no sd slot? fk it i’m going with a different brand! would be my first tablet but now straight to w8 i5/i7 fk google cloud

  2. Loser if no HDMI for use on TV or monitor or for USB for devices or USB friendly use with thumb flash or other storage.

  3. Wow that bezel is gigantic and I am typing this on my touchpad… I hope the $99 Google tab is close to reality…

  4. With those specs, I’m less confident about it being only $399, though perhaps the lack of an SD card slot (if accurate) might indicate that they want to claw back some profit through selling 32GB and 64GB models at a premium (like Apple) and, of course, a cloud storage subscription.

    So while most of the spec screams $499 and up, the lack of an SD card slot, and the basic model only having 16GB has me thinking they’re shooting for $399. If so, this could be my first 10-inch tablet.

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