It is rumored that Google will announce the Nexus 10 2 tablet on 22 November. Since Google is known for unveiling its products at the same time as the gadgets’ release date, reports say that the search giant has finally accepted that the device would come on 22 November.
Even though Nexus rumor indicates that Google might be working on a Nexus 8, pure Android fans are still waiting for a 2013 update to the Google Nexus 10.
The Google-owned Nexus 10 2 will have the KitKat Android 4.4 OS running out of the box, 2 GB of RAM and might come with an internal storage of up to 32 GB.
The Nexus 10 2013 is expected to use the same 10.1 in screen size retaining the whopping 2560 x 1600 resolution which hits about 300 pixels per inch.
Rumors also claim that the next generation of Google Nexus 10 will also come with an option of expandable storage via MicroSD slot as well as LTE Connectivity support that were skipped on the current Nexus 10.
Google would certainly make the Nexus 10 2 compete head on with the iPad Air. The Snapdragon 800 is probably the most powerful Android processor in the market right now. Google is likely to bring back the same decent 5-megapixel shooter in the Nexus 10 2.
The device is speculated to be manufactured by Asus, the same company that manufactured the popular Nexus 7 2. The pricing of the Nexus 10 2 is predicted to be the same as that of its predecessor. The 16 GB variant is expected to cost $399, and the 32GB will be $499.