The end of year is traditionally when Google launches its new ?pure Android? smartphone, but this year, Google came up with more than that. The Nexus 10 represents not only the best there is in terms of Android software, but incidentally, Google has also pushed the envelope in terms of hardware design and specifications. The company has worked with Samsung to design, and build what is simply the most powerful Android tablet to date. The specifications are quite evident.
With an amazing 2560×1600 display, and Samsung?s fastest processor to date, the Google Nexus 10 screams ?high-end?. Yet, Google will sell it at a mere $400, which is significantly lower than competing devices. It is a strategy that Google has rolled out with the Nexus 7, and so far, it seems to take hold, so Google is now extending it to three Nexus products: 4, 7 and 10.
In this review, we will go over the Nexus 10 hardware, and the Android 4.2 features. Hopefully, by the end of it, you should have a good idea of how it is to use one of those in the real world. Ready? (more…)By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Samsung outs Nexus 10 with 64GB of storage on website, typo or accidental leak?, Google Nexus 10 is now official,