After weeks of silence and speculation, it looks like we could be one step closer to the Nexus 10 2014 release date at last. Pictures have emerged online, showing a glimpse at what Google’s next-generation Nexus 10 may look like in the flesh.
There’s an element of mystery about this though that needs closer inspection. Firstly, take a look at the picture that was initially provided by the EVLeaks Twitter account.
It shows a render design that we haven’t previously seen. It also comes with details that reference some potential Nexus 10 2 specs as well, specifically a 2560 x 1600 screen with an Octa-core Exynos 5 processor, 3GB of RAM, 16GB and 32GB storage options, 5MP rear camera and 3MP front camera.
Here’s the interesting and potentially crucial part of this mystery. The same information also lists Android 4.5 as the chosen software type. If true, then it means that the new Nexus 10 tablet in 2014 is going to be the first device to run on the very latest version of Android – is it still Kitkat or something else though?
This image has since been deleted by EVLeaks, adding further mystery to this story. Other news outlets who have picked up the story have since deleted their information too – spooky. There’s no stopping the images from being posted all over Twitter though, so go take a look yourself.
We also know that Google has finished making the new Nexus 10, we were told of this by our own sources last week – so the timing of this leak you would say is seemingly perfect.
Have a look at the new images and let us know if you think the Nexus 10 2014 model is just around the corner.