If you wanted to score the Google Nexus 10 – never mind if it is the 16GB or 32GB models, then you would know that they have been out of stock in a short while after it was officially released. Well, fret not – we do know that a magical factory somewhere in this world has been working overtime to ensure that everyone who wants a Nexus 10 will soon be able to get their hands on one, and the day has arrived. The 16GB as well as 32GB models of the Google Nexus 10 is said to have been restocked over at the Google Play Store.
Just a quick look at some of the more notable specifications which the Google Nexus 10 packs – it will come with a 10” display, sport Wi-Fi only connectivity, and have Android 4.2 Jelly Bean as the operating system of choice. Touted to boast the “world’s highest resolution” display at 2560×1600 pixels, it is certainly quite the killer in the 10” tablet market. Too bad shipment continues to remain at 2 to 3 weeks, and there has yet to be more word on the Google Nexus 4’s availability.
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