With the continued silence over the Nexus 10 2013 release date, you have to question Google’s motives on why they didn’t release the tablet during the busy holiday season. We’ve heard many disappointed consumers offer us the same sentiments and it appears that Google may live to regret that decision with consumers now picking up rival tablets instead.
One of these rival tablets is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition, as many of you have told us that the delay for the Nexus 10 2013 is the sole reason why Samsung has now received your money instead with the Note 10.1 2014.
The worst thing of all perhaps, is that Google hasn’t even acknowledged the holiday pain that consumers have been enduring. It would have been a good idea to reassure consumers that the device was still on the way in the near future – but we haven’t heard a thing.
While Google’s delay goes on, other tablet manufacturers must be pleased behind the scenes. Another tablet that consumers have been buying as an alternative, is the promising Nokia Lumia 2520 which runs on Windows 8.1 RT.
The LG G Pad 8.3 has just launched as well, so even if Google are not planning to offer up a statement on the missing Nexus 10 2013, there’s still plenty of other options for consumers to consider.
Are you in the same boat, where you have bought another tablet out of sheer frustration? Give us your thoughts on Google’s business tactics and what tablet you chose ahead of the Nexus 10 2013 model.
Also See: Nexus 10 2014 missing at Google I/O