We are getting closer and closer to the launch of the Samsung-made Google Nexus 10 as some more leaks appear. We’ve already reported that Google is expected to launch the Samsung Nexus 10 on October 29th, along with the LG Nexus 4 handset and 3G-enabled Nexus 7 tablet. And as we get closer to that date, the number of leaks involving the slate popping up online and it looks like someone has already managed to get his hands on the Nexus 10’s user guide. So-called photos of the upcoming Samsung Nexus 10 quick start guide have surfaced, giving us a glimpse of the tablet’s design and hardware controls setup. This leak could be the solid proof that the Nexus 10 tablet really exists.
Earlier, signs like Picasa photos have suggested that Google is working with Samsung to release Nexus 10 tablet. The tipster a published the photo taken from the unreleased Nexus 10 tablet. Today, a Korean blog called Seeko leaked the pictures from a booklet claiming to be a Nexus 10 tablet’s quick start manual.
One picture is showing off the back side design of the Nexus 10, which is clearly identical to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1/ Note 10.1. There’s a big NEXUS logo on the centre of rear side of the tablet. You can also see positions for an ambient light sensor, LED light, front facing camera, dual speakers at the front, a camera housing with flash on the back side, Sammy’s proprietary charging port, power/lock and volume rocket buttons at the top. The booklet also revealed Nexus 10 will sport microHDMI and microUSB ports. Then, why the tablet is also having Samsung’s proprietary charging port at the bottom side. According to the previous rumors, the Nexus 10 is believed to feature an impressive display with 2560 x 1600 pixels of resolution and 299 PPI.
What do you think folks?
Source: Seeko (Korean site)