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Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Nexus 10 successor will be loaded with eight cores


Google's annual event I/O 2013 is near, and we all are waiting for new software and devices, and updates to existing software and hardware. Last year we saw +Android update Jelly Bean 4.2, Nexus 4 (LG), Nexus 7 (ASUS) and Nexus 10 (Samsung). Although its not clear that manufacturer will be Google's partener this year, but we are sure that we will see either new devices or will get updated ones.

Rumors are floating that Samsung is developing an octa-core version of Nexus 10 tablet. According to SamMobile.com, a successor to the Nexus 10 is in the works at Samsung, but needs one final approval from Google. The site describes the Nexus 11, as the rumored device is allegedly called, as being a “high-end 11” tablet. It will be the world’s first octa-core tablet and will be loaded with Exynos 5410 chip. 


According to a leaked rap sheet, the Nexus 11 will sport an 11-inch Super PLS TFT display, an 8-megapixel camera (2-megapixel front), microSD support (up to 64GB rumored). But this device is still not approved by Google. This is the first time when rumors of Nexus 11 are floating. SamMobile also says that Samsung is building another 11" tablet, Galaxy Tab 11. From a spec standpoint, the Tab 11 sounds identical to the Nexus 11, but it won’t have the same processor. 

None of the rumor have a solid base, but we expect to see this device. Would you like Google to launch one more Nexus? 
 

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