Google Nexus 10, the much awaited 10-inch tablet from Samsung and Google will be available for purchase in the UK from November 13. Nexus 10 display is deemed to be better than the Apple iPad 4′s retina display. Google’s new Nexus tablet is available in two variants, 16GB and 32GB.
Google Nexus 10 16GB variant is priced at £319 and the 32GB variant will make your wallet light by £389. Google also released its next offering in the smartphones section, LG Nexus 4, which is scheduled to go on sale from November 14. Google Nexus 10 is not available in 3G or 4G LTE enabled variants at the present moment, which might give Apple an edge.
Nexus 10, as the name suggests features a 10-inch display with an amazing 300 pixels per inch display which is greater than Apple iPad 4′s 264 pixels per inch retina display. On paper, Google Nexus 10 display seems to outpace iPad 4′s display, but it will be interesting to see how the detail translates into the real world.
Google Nexus 10 runs on a 1.7GHz dual-core Samsung Exynos processor while housing a quad-core ARM T604 graphics processor. There’s 2GB of RAM coupled with 16GB or 32GB of storage. Nexus 10 comprises of a 1.9MP camera on the front and a 5MP LED-flash camera on the rear in addition to twin stereo speakers.
Nexus 10, like the Nexus 4 operates on Android 4.2, the latest Jelly Bean update from Google. UK users will now be able to stream content from Google Play Music, which is an added advantage. Nexus 7 has been a good performer for the search engine giant, which would be hoping that Nexus 10 exceeds expectations.