There were rumors that Samsung had the Nexus 10 on show during CES, and while this may be true, it’s believed that this was not a working model. However, from what we know there will not be many changes to the 2nd generation, just a few hardware changes but the exterior is expected to stay the same, meaning that the new Nexus 10 for 2013 could just be a minor refresh.
It was at last years Google I/O conference when the Nexus 10 was officially announced so we expect the same to happen again later this year, and while there will be some of you who are happy with their 10-inch Android tablet, others would have noticed that the hardware is just not up to the job.
The Nexus 10 2013 refresh is rumored to come with a faster quad-core CPU, 8-core Mali-T678 GPU and an improved display, which is three areas where the Nexus 10 let us down. You may wonder why we have said this is a minor refresh, well it seems as though the exterior will stay the same and will not change until next year, which is when the Nexus 10 is said to get a more extensive upgrade.
All this is just speculation, but there’s a possibility that we could learn more about this new tablet during MWC next month, although we cannot be certain of that. Let’s hope that by the time Google and Samsung release the refreshed Nexus 10 they can finally manage to sort between themselves who is responsible for warranty issues.
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