Word on the street is that Google might have a 10” Nexus tablet in the works, but since nothing has been confirmed, we guess taking that news with a grain of salt was the best course of action. Well it looks like more evidence has surfaced suggesting that such a device exists, and this is thanks to a photo posted on Picasa. According to the photo’s EXIF data, it revealed that it was taken by a device called the Nexus 10. This seems to be in line with the way Google has been naming their products these days (i.e. Nexus 7 and the rumored Nexus 4).
Unfortunately apart from the photo and the name of the device and resolution of the image (2560×1920), not much else is known but we guess this could very well be one of the early evidence that shows that such a device could be real and in the making. For those who aren’t familiar with the Nexus 10 rumor, it was suggested not too long ago that Google could be going after Apple’s iPad with a 10” device of their own, and that it will be made by Samsung. The rumored specs include a 10” 2560×1600 display and will be powered by Samsung’s Exynos 5250 dual-core processor. We’re not sure if Google will unveil the Nexus 10 at their event on the 29th of October, but we’ll keep our eyes peeled nonetheless.
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