The Google Nexus 10 which will be manufactured by Samsung has yet to be introduced (although it was originally scheduled for an announcement at Google’s cancelled October 29th event), has already seen itself being caught out by tech ninjas. Appearing in a video this time around, the Nexus 10 showed off its new lockscreen layout as well as treats viewers to a quick sniff around the homescreen.

It is rather unfortunately that the video itself has not been set up in a prim and proper manner, so it can be rather challenging to get a closer look at the screen, so one will have to make their own speculations and conclusions from previously leaked images. To recap, the Nexus 10 will come with a 10.1″ display at a whopping 2560 x 1600 resolution, and that would clearly place it above the new iPad in terms of pixels per inch count at 299. A speedy dual-core Exynos 5250 SoC with a couple of Cortex-A15 cores clocked at 1.7GHz will work alongside the Mali-T604 graphics processor for your tablet needs. The big question is, has the Nexus 10 been priced to move?

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