You don’t need to look far to see Nexus 10 2 specs, release date details and price information being reported like Google had just announced the real deal, but this couldn’t be further away from the truth.
One thing is for sure and that’s the Nexus 5 photos and specifications revealed by Google, although the latest news missed out any details about Nexus 10 2. One clue came with the Android 4.4 KitKat being installed right out of the box, and this means you can expect the same for the second generation Nexus 10 in 2013.
While the Nexus 10 2 is guaranteed to include Android 4.4 KitKat, the other details being reported are based on rumors even though a number of articles state, “The 2013 WILL include”. The authors then wonder why they are attacked for talking about the release date and specs as fact.
What Nexus 10 2 clues did you see with the Nexus 5? Do you have a wish list for the specs on the next 10-inch tablet, if so share them in the comments?
It is clear that a lot of Product Reviews readers prefer the Holo Dark UI to the new leaked lighter option, which you can read about in an earlier leak with feedback from Android users. That article highlighted some new photos for the Downloads UI and so-called design, although these landed towards the start of last month.
2013 Nexus 10 Rumors — when it comes to Android 4.4 KitKat many features have been revealed by promotional videos and documents already, but the Nexus 10 2 specs are based on leaks along with rumors from insiders. You can see some Android 4.4 KitKat promotional videos by Nestle from just a couple of days ago.
When it comes to the Nexus 10 2 cost you can expect things to rise slightly if recent leaks prove correct, so this means a £349/$450 price point rather than the current £319/$399 starting price. This is in-line with what happened with the Nexus 7 pricing just a few months ago.
You can expect a specs bump with the new Nexus 10 2 although the details are hard to predict thanks to many conflicting rumors. You can count on Android 4.4 KitKat, but the processor could be an Nvidia Tegra 4 or 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800. If the CPU ends up being a Qualcomm, then you can count on an Adreno 330 GPU as well.
When it comes to the RAM you should expect to see the Nexus 10 2 include 2GB, but most people would prefer to see 3GB of RAM. The storage will at least go up to 32GB and the screen is likely to feature Corning Gorilla Glass 3 along with a Super PLS 2560×1600 resolution. It was nice to see a bump in battery size for Nexus 5, although most rumors point to a 9500mAh battery for Nexus 10 2 that’s not removable.
We expect the official specs to be revealed soon, but for now share your wish list in the comments.