With all eyes on the Nexus 10 2013 release date, Google are yet to give in to consumer demand and go public with their announcement. We initially saw the device prematurely on the Google Play store but it turned out to be a false disappointment with continued silence from Google, especially when previous Nexus 10 2013 specs were revealed to be fake.
Now though the ball is firmly in Google’s court as they know that anticipation for the Nexus 10 is sky high. There were rumors that the release date could be at the end of November, but even then Google has not given any indication that this could be true.
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Fortunately though, we do have some promising information to give you in terms of genuine Nexus 10 2013 specs. We told you here in a previous report that the device could be running on a quad-core based Snapdragon 800 processor.
However, that turned out to be fake but it could be a blessing in disguise. New whispers are emerging that the Nexus 10 2013 could in fact be running on a Tegra 4 based processor, which obviously would be fantastic news for those that have gaming in mind.
Tegra 4 is obviously the best money can buy in terms of gaming performance, so we have a feeling most of you may prefer a Tegra 4 Nexus 10 2013 model as opposed to a Qualcomm Snapdragon Nexus 10 2013 model.
One feature that is certain to be shipping out of the box is Android 4.4 Kitkat – we know this is a certainly as the update has already reached the Nexus 7 2013 and other new Android devices. Hopefully Google won’t keep fans waiting too long, especially since there are so many good deals on tablets lying around at the moment.
What would your ideal Nexus 10 2013 specs be if given the choice – would you love Tegra 4 on board or not?