Folks living in the Land of the Rising Sun have something to smile about, as Google has just made available the Samsung-manufactured Nexus 10 in Japan. This is certainly just reward for those who have been waiting patiently in that corner of the world ever since the Samsung Nexus 10 was first launched on November 13 last year in different territories. Right now, the Nexus 10 is being sold on an exclusive basis at Google’s Play Store, where the 16GB model has been slapped with a sticker price tag of ¥36,800 which will roughly translate to $400 upon conversion, while those who figure out that they would not settle for anything less than 32GB will have to fork out ¥44,800 (approximately $480 after conversion).

Just to get a refresher course on what the Nexus 10 is all about, it comes with a dual-core 1.7GHz Exynos 5250 processor, a quad-core Mali-T604 GPU and 2GB RAM, and we are quite sure that the Japanese will be taken in by the 2560×1600 resolution of its 10” display that is guaranteed to deliver eye popping visuals. The Samsung Nexus 10 will arrive with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean right out of the box.

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