Similar to the Samsung Pro Tablets, rumors are that Google may also pack a 12 inch display with the Nexus 10 2 and remove the menu button too.
As the Consumer Electronics Show kicked off yesterday in Las Vegas, Google again disappointed its fans as there was no news about the Nexus 10 2.
Since last year, Google has skipped a number of release dates and the company has still kept the waiting fans on a hold.
There has been no hint or detail about when the tablet will hit the stores. However, Google’s partner Samsung surprised all by introducing four new high-end tablets in the market.
There are rumors and reports both stating that Samsung will be the manufacturer of the Nexus 10 2, and now there are talks that the tablet may feature a bigger display and may also surprise everyone by ditching the menu button, exactly like the upcoming Samsung devices.
The recently launched Samsung Galaxy NotePRO and the Galaxy TabPRO 12.2 carry the biggest display panel in the market and without compromising the high pixel resolution.
Both the tablets have killed the dedicated menu button as well. However, still there are speculations that Google can also chose LG or ASUS over Samsung to design and manufacture the Nexus 10 2.
It was tipped by @evleaks as well that after the success of Nexus 7, Google could turn to Asus for the Nexus 10 2.
The original Nexus 10 was released in November in 2012. Previous rumors about the Nexus 10 2 stated that the Nexus 10 2 will feature a 10 inch display with a resolution of 2540 x 1600 pixels, 3 GB RAM and either a Tegra 4 CPU or a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chip processor.
The latest rumors stated that Google Nexus 10 2 will have a release date announced at the MWC 2014 event which is scheduled to take place in late February (24th-27th) in Barcelona.