Asus Nexus 10: Alleged Screenshot Confirms Existence of 10 Inch Slate With 300 ppi


Asus manufactured Nexus 10 is once again making buzz all over the web. Since Asus has manufactured both previous as well as second generation Nexus 7; it is speculated that Nexus 10 would be made by same tech vendor. And we have been hearing about rumors of Google roping in Asus to manufacture second generation Nexus 10.

Few days back, the supposed Asus made Nexus 10 was spotted in a PC World data base. The 10-inch tablet device had a list price of 350 pounds( Rs 39,497). With holiday season approaching fast; it makes sense to announce the next generation Nexus 10 device alongside much hyped Nexus 5. Right now, there is no confirmation that whether the next-generation Nexus 7 will have Android 4.0 KitKat or not.

Meanwhile, according to famed Twitter sensation @evleaks, Asus Nexus 10 exists in real. The leaked screen shot from an unnamed retailer sheds light on the strong relationship shared by Asus with software giant Google. Going by the screen shot, we can only sense out that Asus has been roped to manufacture Nexus 10.

Asus Nexus 10: Alleged Screenshot Confirms Existence of 10 Inch Slate


The last generation Nexus 10 was made by the South Korean giant Samsung, and it was not well accepted by consumers. Overall the device was criticized by leading tech bloggers around the world. Neither Samsung nor Google made an effort to launch Nexus 10 in the Indian market.

On the other hand, Asus did manage to launch last generation Nexus 7 in India earlier this year for Rs 15,999. Now it is believed that Asus has plans to announce second generation Nexus 7 in India round December time frame. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates.

Source - Phandroid

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