Say hello to Google's answer to the iPad

BriefMobile posts pictures of what it says is the Nexus 10, the new tablet from Google and Samsung.

BriefMobile

We've already seen pictures taken with the upcoming Nexus 10 tablet, thanks to Google's Vic Gundotra. Now we're seeing pictures of the device itself.

Days before the Nexus 10 is expected to make its debut in New York, new images have surfaced purporting to show the device and the updated version of Android it's running on. [Note: Monday's Android event has been canceled because of Hurricane Sandy. We'll update you with a separate post when we know more.]

BriefMobile posted a 16-shot gallery of the new tablet showing a roughly 10-inch screen, curved edges, and a rear camera. The site also posted what it said are the device's specs: 

  • Exynos 5250 dual-core processor at 1.7GHz
  • Mali T604 GPU 
  • 2GB RAM 
  • 16GB internal storage 
  • 10.1" Super AMOLED display at 2560x1600, or about 300 pixels per square inch. 
  • 5MP rear camera, with an unidentified front camera 
  • NFC capability

The Nexus 10 appears to be running an updated version of the operating system, Android 4.2, that enables multiple accounts. 

We'll be live in New York on Monday morning to see the Nexus 10 unveiled, along with a host of other hardware.

(via Android Police)

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