Photos taken with Nexus 10 show up on Google exec's site

Google's SVP of engineering, Vic Gundotra, uploads vacation photos to his Google+ page that have a resolution of 2,048 x 1,536 pixels and say they were taken with the rumored device.

Vic Gundotra, Google's SVP of engineering, posted photos on his Google + page using a Nexus 10. Screenshot by Shara Tibken/CNET
The Nexus 10 leaks just keep coming ahead of Monday's event.

The latest is in the form of photos taken with a Nexus 10 and posted on the Google+ page of a Google exec.

Google Senior Vice President of Engineering Vic Gundotra, vacationing somewhere that makes this writer jealous, uploaded a couple beach photos to his profile. Clicking on "image details" shows the photo was taken with a Nexus 10 and has a resolution of 2,048 x 1,536 pixels.

While the labeling could be some sort of glitch, it does appear to be some of the strongest evidence so far that Google has indeed created a new tablet.

Photos supposedly taken with a Nexus 10 showed up online. Screenshot by Shara Tibken/CNET
While Google hasn't given any details, the company is hosting an event Monday in New York to unveil three new devices, as CNET has previously reported . [Note: Google has canceled Monday's Android event because of Hurricane Sandy. We'll update you with a separate post when we know more.] The announcement will be Google's biggest Nexus showing, with the company expected to show off its high-end tablet, the Nexus 10, from Samsung Electronics; LG Electronics's first Nexus phone, the Nexus 4; and an updated version of the Nexus 7 tablet that first debuted in July.

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The Nexus program has long been Google's way of showcasing the latest version of its Android operating system. It has also come with a measure of buzz for the manufacturing partner. The Nexus 10 device is expected to beat the iPad in terms of display quality .

Earlier this week, purported images of a Nexus 10 tablet leaked online at a Korean site.

 

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