As it stands, the Google Nexus 7 tablet is made by ASUS, and the Nexus 10 tablet is made by Samsung. However it seems that the next-gen Nexus 10 tablet could also be made by ASUS, thanks to a sighting in the PCWorld (a computer retailers based in the UK) computer system where the device has been revealed showing a listing for a certain “Google ASUS Nexus 10” device. According to the original leaker, Rage06, they alleged that they were the ones who took the photo and presumably they are an employee at the shop which might explain how they have access to it.

According to the leaker, they claim that PCWorld would only list the device if it was a real deal as opposed to speculation, so perhaps the listing could be the real deal. Alternatively it could merely be a typo as well where they might have confused the Nexus 7 for the Nexus 10, but then again it is possible that Google could switch manufactures so it is not entirely out of the question. In any case take it with a grain of salt, but presumably the Nexus 10, if real, could be announced alongside the Nexus 5 handset whose launch date has been tipped for October. What do you guys think? Anyone looking forward to an ASUS Nexus 10 device?

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