Samsung, Google will release Nexus 10 successor in “near future”, report indicates

Samsung, Google will release Nexus 10 successor in “near future”, report indicates


Samsung and Google will soon release a successor to the 2012 Nexus 10, reports Wall Street Journal’s
Amir Efrati. According to a recent tweet, Google’s own Sundar Pichai told him we should look for a follow-up 10-inch tablet in the “near future”.

While we don’t have any hardware or software details as of yet, we might assume it is on par with advancements made in the Nexus 7. We expect, at a minimum, for the tablet to run Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and to push forward with top-tier specifications. And, seeing as how other tablets are starting to feature that 2560×1600 pixel resolution, we would hope for that as well.

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  1. Alex
    July 25, 22:22 Reply

    The original Nexus 10 had a resolution of 2560×1600, so it’s very unlikely that the new one will be lower!

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