We’ve all been hearing about the devices Google is supposedly going to announce on the 29th, the date they set to host an Android related event. We are likely to see a new smartphone, boasting a quad-core configuration and made by LG – called the Nexus 4. We are also likely to see a new tablet, this time made by the top Android manufacturer.
The Google Nexus 10 has been rumored to be announced at the event held in New York on the 29th of this month. The 10-inch tablet is made by samsung, as opposed to Asus – the manufacturer of choice for the Nexus 7 quad-core Tegra 3 tablet launched a few months back. The first solid leak concerning the Nexus 10 comes from Korean site Seeko and it shows first hand some pictures of the device’s quick start guide. From there we can tell that the device will feature the same rounded shape design characteristic to the Nexus line, have micro USB port, micro HDMI port, charging port, headphone jack, front- and rear-facing cameras and a notification LED.
Further down the line we also expect a 3G variant to the Nexus 7 to be announced at the Google event and increased internal storage capacities for the model, offered with the same $250 price tag. The event is going to take place on Monday and till then we’ll keep you informed on any new developments.