Google are expected to unveil the Google Nexus 10 later today at a press event in New York. Now a new leak has surfaced ahead of the official unveiling proving both a specification and some pictures of Google's tablet.
The leak, reported by Briefmobile, comes from a trusted source and includes many pictures and a detailed specification. The pictures, which are posted above and below, fit perfectly with what we've heard about Google's 10 inch tablet in the past and look pretty authentic to the crew at 3G.
The accompanying specification also seems pretty viable and suggest that the Google Nexus 10 will have a 10.1 inch touch-screen running at a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels. That gives the tablet a ppi of 299 , which is significantly higher than the iPad 4's 267 ppi Retina display.
The Google Nexus 10 is rumoured to be powered by a Samsung Exynos dual-core processor running at 1.7 Ghz. The performance of the processor is more powerful than the quad-core processor featured in the Nexus 7 and should be more than a match for the iPad's A6X processor.
Google's Nexus 10 is also expected to have 2GB of RAM, while a variety of different models will be available with the lowest having 16GB of on-board memory. Both a rear-facing 5 mega-pixel camera and a front-facing camera will be feature on Google's tablet !
Supported connectivity includes NFC, WiFi and Bluetooth, although we wouldn't be at all suprised to see a 3G model also being announced. The Google Nexus 10 is also expected to run on Android Jelly Bean, but we presume it'll be updated to Key Lime Pie in the future.
We'll be reporting on all the news from Google's press event taking place later today, so keep posted to learn all about Google's new tablets and smartphones.
By Simon Thomas on 29th October, 2012