Google’s Nexus 10 Caught on Video

Filed under News by Adam on October 27, 2012 at 4:52 PM

Yesterday we uncapped the hydrant of Nexus 10 leaks with a plethora of pictures showing off its hardware and software components. Today, we’ve uploaded a (very) short video to show off the tablet, which you can check out above. Google will launch the Nexus 10 on Monday (event will be rescheduled due to weather conditions) alongside Android 4.2 and a brand new LG Nexus phone. If you missed yesterday’s Nexus 10 article, then we’ll catch you up.

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The Google Nexus 10 features a Samsung Exynos 5250 processor clocked at 1.7 GHz. It’s a dual-core Cortex-A15 chip that blows the socks off of most competitive mobile processors in benchmark contests. Central to the speed of the Exynos 5 Dual is the ARM Mali-T604 graphics processor, which more than doubles the 3D performance of the Samsung Galaxy S III’s chip.

Inside, the tablet houses 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. There may be additional storage options available at launch. NFC, WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth 4.0, and a 5-megapixel rear camera are all included.

Nexus 10 - GPS Settings

Nexus 10 – GPS Settings

Essential to the Nexus 10’s spec sheet is the 10.1-inch display (possibly of IPS variety) with a 2560×1600 pixel resolution and 298.9 pixels-per-inch. We’re told the display is “gorgeous” and reproduces colors more like HTC’s SLCD2 than the Samsung’s Super AMOLED displays.

Samsung’s used a polycarbonate material on the back of the device that looks and feels like brushed alumnium to an extent. We’re told the device is extremely light and thin. And, the edges of the device were described as rubbery.

Nexus 10 (Below) — Acer A100 (Top)

Nexus 10 (Below) — Acer A100 (Top)

14 responses to “Google’s Nexus 10 Caught on Video”

  1. Eduardo Lima says:

    Come on man, 5sec? Don’t troll me, rsrsrsrsr

  2. Kylecore says:

    I see the bezel and like it, but i’m curious as to whether or not the glass is exposed on the sides and the bezel wraps back up for the top and bottom like on the one x?
    I looked at enough pictures the other day but its tough to tell.
    If so it means tab scrolling/swiping will work beautifully in chrome.

  3. siva says:

    How disappointing. How did this design get through? After the Google’s Nexus 7’s wonderfully elegant start, you would think it’s 10″ brother would carry on the tradition. But no. It’s ugly. Not going to buy it at any price. I’ll be too embarrassed to show it around. What a let down.

    • Eye4Detail says:

      The 7 has Asus’ design philosophy behind it. This was obviously an inspiration of the same people who brought the Note 10.1 to market.

  4. Jeremy Fryman says:


  5. regs says:

    disappointing. samsung steps on same rakes again and again putting thickness over functionality.

  6. Sam Meng says:

    7 inch tablet version of Android? hmmm….

  7. ThatsHowISeeIt says:

    That hideous, fugly, fat bezel. I LOVE the specs but just can’t get over how bad this thing looks. How could they design such an awful looking tablet? How hard is to design a nice elegant bezel around the screen? Apparently very hard.