Google’s range of Nexus devices, ranging from the Nexus 4 to the Nexus 5, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 have been pretty cutting edge all this while, and it does not look as though the Internet search giant is going to ditch the hardware market anytime soon. No sir, it looks as though there is more magic up Google’s sleeves this coming fall, especially having spotted an unreleased Nexus Foo device that has a 10.3” form factor over on a benchmark.
GFXBench had one of their benchmarks show up a particular Google Nexus Foo, which certainly has an interesting ring to its name since there is no numerical format attached to the suffix unlike the rest of the Nexus family as mentioned above. From what we have gathered through the benchmark, it looks as though the 10.3” Nexus Foo will sport a 1,920 x 1,080 display resolution, running on a 1.9GHz Tegra 4 processor and has 2GB RAM.
Interestingly enough, the GFXBench listing has labeled the Nexus Foo as not having any touchscreen, which would mean this is no tablet – assuming there is no mistake made in the listing, of course. Apart from that, the lack of a rear camera certainly boggles the mind, leaving only a front-facing shooter instead. Connectivity options on the Nexus Foo include Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, although it will lack the likes of an accelerometer, barometer, GPS, compass, gyroscope, light sensor, NFC, and proximity sensor.