Just recently, tech website, BriefMobile posted some pictures of what looks to be the Nexus 10. The device, as shown below, is said to run on Android 4.2 Jellybean (not Key Lime Pie as some people thought).
BriefMobile also gave a list of specifications for the new and highly anticipated device. It’s said to have a 10.1 Super AMOLED screen with a 2560 x
1600 resolution, 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage (they also note that other options are available), a 5 mp rear facing camera with flash, a front facing camera (of course), NFC, WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 and dual speakers (the dual speakers can be seen in the manual that was leaked yesterday). We’re also looking at this device having a Samsung Exynos 5250 processor.
As you can see, the tablet seems to be running all the usual apps that you would expect, so there doesn’t seem to be anything crazy new there. The only big change is the clock and camera icons. They seem to have been updated (as pointed out by BriefMobile).
The Nexus 10 also comes with some new features. This particular feature is called “Quick Settings”. Sounds accurate enough. You can view what profile you’re using (yes, it looks like we’ll finally be seeing the ability to have multiple profiles), and all the current settings that you commonly use.
There’s your picture that says “Android 4.2 Jellybean” for the Android Easter egg. BriefMobile has more pictures of the device on its site, as well.
Well, folks. It seems that the Nexus 10 is definitely coming on October 29th. Vic Gundotra snapped a picture with his Nexus 10 in pictures that were posted earlier today, which lets us know that this device is real. However, due to the nature of the hoaxes that have been plaguing the Android blogosphere recently, this is still a rumor until October 29th. These days pictures aren’t always worth a thousand words.