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Rumors surrounding Google's Nexus 10 2 tablet device have been swirling for some time. The 10-inch high-end tablet market is dominated by the likes of Apple and Samsung.
Google, somehow, missed out the opportunity with its first generation Nexus 10, which was initially launched in 2012.
Recently, we had informed you about Taiwan's HTC winning the orders to produce high-end Nexus tablet.
Now, yet another report, has confirmed that Google will collaborate with HTC on a 10-inch tablet device.
Multiple reports in the past had suggested that Samsung might produce the Nexus 10 2 tablet.
Sources close to DigiTimes informs "HTC reportedly will team up with Google again and will jointly launch the next-generation Nexus 10 tablet.
However, we recommend you to take this rumor with a pinch of salt. Neither HTC nor Google have come up forward to support DigitTimes's claim.
Recently, Focus Taiwan had reported that HTC could have won orders to manufacturer the next high-end Google Nexus tablet. The tablet device might officially launch in Q3 2014.
HTC ventured into tablet space with its first Android-powered 7-inch Flyer tablet in April 2011. Despite its failure, HTC once again tried to bring another Android-based tablet. It was a 10-inch tablet with built-in 4G LTE connectivity. However, both devices were failed to meet consumers' expectations.
For the longest time possible, HTC had preferred to stay mum on its upcoming plans. With the HTC One 2 slated to be announced in March, the Taiwanese brand has started to reveal more about its new lineup, including low-cost phones.
Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!