The Nexus 10 is all but official. Today, a leaked manual revealed the shape and layout of the device. If the pictured booklet is the real deal, then we can expect a tablet with a similar design to the Galaxy Note 10.1. The top houses a power/lock key next to the volume toggle. Up front, a centered front-facing camera sits next to a light sensor. There’s a microUSB port, micro HDMI port, and blinking LED notification light. The speakers are front-facing, not on the rear like other devices. Of course, a camera lens and corresponding flash reside on the back of the device. For charging purposes, a larger proprietary port is available at the bottom of the tablet.
Google is expected to announce the Samsung-made Nexus 10 at their event on Monday, October 29th, in New York City. Alongside the tablet, a newly updated version of Android Jellybean may make an appearance. In addition, LG will almost certainly be showing off their Nexus 4 phone. With two new Nexus products and an updated Android, Google attempts to regain the tech news cycle dominated by the iPad Mini announcement from this week.