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Samsung Nexus 10 Poses For Massive Photoshoot, Shows Off Android 4.2 as Well

Samsung Nexus 10

Well, the mystery is now over. Brief Mobile just posted up a massive gallery of the Samsung Nexus 10, along with screenshots from the software its running, which as expected, is Android 4.2.

It’s definitely the device that we saw posted up in a user manual yesterday, sports a super high-resolution display, front speakers, front and rear cameras, and looks extra-bubbly, which could mean it’ll feel great in hand. The specs are listed below, but it’s definitely running an Exynos 5 dual-core processor clocked at 1.7GHz, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, NFC, and is WiFi only.

On the software side of things, Android 4.2 is still Jelly Bean, but includes a bunch of new goodies, like multi-user support, a Quick Settings menu for toggling off WiFi or switching between users, new camera software (Thank the lord!), and some other minor visual tweaks.

Here are the specs:

  • Samsung Exynos 5250
    • Clocked at 1.7 GHz
    • Dual-core Cortex-A15
    • Mali-T604 GPU
  • 2GB RAM
  • 16GB internal storage (other options possible)
  • 10.1-inch Super AMOLED display
    • 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution
    • 298.9 pixels-per-inch
  • 5-megapixel rear-facing camera
    • LED flash
  • Front-facing camera
  • NFC
  • WiFi
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • Dual speakers located on front of device

Nexus 10

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Android 4.2

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Is this your next tablet?

Via:  BriefMobile

  • sk3litor

    Why would you want to toggle off wifi if it only runs on wifi? Am I missing something or did I read that wrong?

    • Trey Mitchell

      save battery if you aren’t using it.
      I toggle WiFi on my Tab when I’m reading an e-book or something that doesn’t require the connection.

  • Tyler

    Anyone else notice the new clock icon that looks different then the one on my Galaxy Nexus?

  • C-Law

    I absolutely love the front facing stereo speakers.

  • Shane Girodat

    Does anyone agree 64 GB should be the standard for internal storage.? I’ll gladly pay more for it.

  • That’s one ugly piece of #$%^. The specs might be good n all, but if it looks that bad, no way I’m going anywhere near it.

  • ckeegan

    Packing Verizon LTE and I’m totally in.

  • I would still rather pay another $100 more and get the Transformer Infinity! Just the aesthetics alone is worth it and thats not counting the extra docking options and expandable storage (nexus devices are famous for not having expandable storage so don’t count on it in the N10)! Oh and did I mention the TF Infinity ISN’T PLASTIC!!

    • Trey Mitchell

      based on the galaxy s3 and note2 it could be Polycarbonate which is also Not plastic.

  • hudson1995

    Looks like there’s the power widgets present!! And also I think multi user is now supported in android 4.2
    There’s a contact card named primary along with the quick settings named ‘Primary’. I think that’s the user card.

  • So essentially, it’s the same specs as the chromebook?

  • That thing better be cheap as hell because it sure is ugly.. Don’t see it pulling me off of my surface though regardless.

  • Mario Mendez

    Why not make it quad-core?

    • BrianLipp

      its A15, so its dual core is better than all the quad core A9 chips (the s4 pro). plus, its the first A15 chip, so there probably wont be a quad core version for at least 6 months if not a year

      • Mario Mendez

        as long as it runs smooth I’m fine with it.

  • Too bad theres nothing , but garbage when it comes to app’s for for android tablets. I’m sick and tired of apple leading in this catagory, but Google needs to start making developers to make apps that work for 10″ tabs

  • frstsaxman

    that is one SUPER ugly tablet.

  • CIFchamp24

    The design….. Ugh

  • Christopher Hsu

    The backside looks just ugly.

  • jeesung

    Phablet UI FTL!

  • Kevin Guinn

    This thing is ugly as fuuuu

  • shecalledmejay

    So does anybody know where I can get an un-biased review, well just a review where its not compared to the iPad, to me the ipda sucks lol

  • vega25

    I am going to scream if they don’t release a 4G/3G version. I *cannot* have a wifi-only tablet – a key reason I’ve stayed away from the N7. But along with microSD if Google announces they’re against the whole idea of cellular technology in tablets altogether, I will scream and scream.

  • onthecouchagain

    Reminds me of toiler seat cover dispensers: http://teic-international.com/images/1122553243.jpg

  • DanSan

    that is ugly as sin.

  • greenbacks

    Is it just me or does the bezel on this thing remind you of big old granny panties? WOW go samsung ince resolution but dang that is a big bezel.

  • shecalledmejay

    I want an all black face, I like the way my gnex looks with the screen is off.

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  • Alessandro

    so…yeah…Surface anyone?

    • Ethan

      Tough call- Windows 8 seems pretty…. blegh. At least with our OS, we know what we’re getting (and like it!)

  • Lyn Scott

    Killer tablet..!

  • Alexander Garcia

    Whoa! This thing is f–kin’ hideous! WTF Google/Samsung!? Seriously!?

  • G-Nex 22

    Don’t mean to be that guy, but the bezel is a bit big…other than that, the tablet looks fantastic…

  • I really hope these are fakes. This thing looks atrocious. I was considering ditching my transformer infinity for this, but not after seeing that ugly chassis.

  • SecurityNick

    This is the Droid I’ve been looking for!

  • Recently sent back my N7 after it fell to it’s death. I was planning on picking up the 32gig with the warranty refund, but I may hold off for a bit to see what the deal is here.

  • johnc7995

    Does anyone else find it very strange that they decided to ditch the Honeycomb-esque Tablet interface almost completely and make it just like the smartphone UI?

    Also it looks like that plastic backside scratches quite easily. Too bad Asus didn’t design this tablet instead. We probably would have gotten a device with much better build quality.

  • PhillipCun

    They need to STOP giving 16gb. My theory is that they’re trying to push users to use their cloud storage, Google Drive. But SERIOUSLY!? 16gb? This is 2012, memory is so cheap. I’ll pay a little extra, just give me my dam 64gb.

    Memory isn’t expensive, jeez Google

    • Ethan

      I agree. I’d gladly pay a higher price for more on-board memory. I recognize that the future may be in cloud storage, but until everything comes with 4G/3G equipped, I’m not comfortable relying on finding WiFi if I’m not home or tethering with my phone.

  • if you dont like the design, skin it. most of us buy a cover/case for our phones/devices anyway

  • Anyone know where to get a hold of that awesome wallpaper?