Both the Google Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 tablets have been around for a while now and both tablets are definitely due for an update. The next-gen Nexus 7 tablet is rumored to be announced later this month, but what about the Nexus 10? Both tablets are made by different manufacturers, with the Nexus 7 by ASUS and the Nexus 10 by Samsung, and thanks to a Samsung UAProf, it has been discovered that maybe Samsung could have a new Nexus 10 in the works. As discovered by RBMen, a certain Samsung SM-P900 tablet has been spotted in the UAProf which confirms a screen size of 2560×1600, which coincidentally is the same resolution found on the Nexus 10.

The UAProf also confirms an ARM 11 processor and it will come in three different flavors, a WiFi-only model, a 3G + WiFi, and a 3G + WiFi + LTE model. No word on whether this is the Nexus 10 or if it could be Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 3 Plus, but word has it that this device, along with a bunch of other Samsung products like the Galaxy Note 3, could be unveiled at IFA 2013 which will be held in Berlin later this year, so stay tuned for more updates!

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