Samsung Nexus 10 user manual surfaces ahead of announcement
Need a little more evidence that Samsung and Google have been working together on a new Nexus device? Check out the pictures of a user manual for the Nexus 10, the rumored “super tablet” that is said to have a 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution. It’s not clear where the pictures (both after the break) first appeared however they’ve been traced back to a Japanese website.
What do we learn from these pictures? Assuming they’re legit, a few things. First, it appears that we’ll be getting both a front-facing and rear camera, something not found in the Nexus 7. Also, there’s a micro-HDMI port on the right side with a micro-USB port on the left. We look to have an LED indicator light right below the display, with a pair of speakers on the front side, acting as book-ends to the screen.
The drawings don’t provide all that much real detail, but we can definitely see traces of Samsung’s past design cues in the Nexus 10. Wonder if we’ll get more details in the next few days… anyone wanna bet we don’t?
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