Google Nexus 10 is speculated to emulate the retina display of the 4th generation iPad according to the rumours in the technology market. Nexus 10 tablet images were leaked on the internet by Brief Mobile, thus building the rumours of its display being better than the 4th-gen iPad. Nexus 10 is reported to feature a 298.9 pixels per inch display which is greater than iPad 4′s 264 pixels per inch retina display.
Google Nexus 10 becomes the second device from Google to be leaked before the official release of the device. LG Nexus 4, the much rumoured next Nexus smartphone from Google was on display for pre-order by Carphone Warehouse. Google has scheduled an Android event on October 29, which might be the platform for the release of the leaked devices.
The leaked specifications reveal that Google Nexus 10 will feature an incredible 10.1-inch Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels, 1.7GHz dual-core Samsung Exynos 5250 processor built on the ARM Cortex A15 design, 2GB RAM, 16GB storage, NFC, dual-side speakers like the Galaxy Note 10.1 and a 5MP rear camera along with a front facing camera.
The Google Nexus tablet operates on Android 4.2 version according to the leaked specifications by Brief Mobile, but there is no mention of the speculated name, Key Lime Pie. The design of the Nexus 10 is reported to have an Aluminium connection to it. The edges are speculated to be rubber coated while the overall tablet is extremely thin and light.
There is no way of confirming the leaked information about the Google Nexus, but the curtain on the existence of Google Nexus 10 tablet will definitely be lifted on October 29.