People who have been waiting for Google’s vanilla experience of the next version of Android on a 10.1 inch screen have something to drool over today. We have been aware of the Samsung manufactured Nexus 10 for some time now, but we knew very little of what was present on the inside of the tablet. We have seen many rumors though. Google’s own Vic Gundotra posted images from the tablet, not keeping it a secret. But it looks like another unit of the tablet has slipped the security at Samsung or Google facilities and has reached the hands of Brief Mobile, which as posted images and videos of the tablet.
And as soon as the guys over at Brief Mobile laid their hands on the tablet, they started finding out what’s driving the beauty. And they say that it has a 1.7 GHz dual core Cortex A 15 based Exynos 5250 processor. Yes, that is the same processor that you find on the recently announced Google Chromebook. To process graphics, the Nexus 10 will come with a Mali T604 GPU. Samsung has started making 2 GB of RAM a standard, so that is what the Nexus 10 is sporting.
The Nexus 10 tablet will also have 16 GB of internal memory for media storage. And if that is not enough for you, there is nothing you can do about it, because there is no external memory card slot. The Nexus 10 tablet will have a 5 mega pixel camera on the back. On the connectivity front, the tablet is said to have NFC, Bluetooth v 4.0, and Wi Fi.
One of the attractions of the device is the 10.1 inch display with a screen resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 pixels, which means a pixel density of 298.9, which is easily in the Retina display range. Another attraction is the new Android 4.2, which is called Jelly Bean only, not Key Lime Pie according to some earlier rumors.