That's good news if the new Nexus 10 keeps the retina-frying screen adorning the Infinity, which offers a delightfully detailed 2,560x1,600 pixel resolution. The Asus slate also boasts a Tegra 4 processor with 2GB of RAM and claims 13-hour battery life.
That's a lot of hardware for the Nexus line's traditional affordable price. A previous leak courtesy of PC World suggested the new Nexus 10 would cost £349.
The new Nexus 10 should also be the first tablet to show off Google Nexus 4 any minute now., the next generation of Google's software for phones and tablets. We've got our fingers crossed KitKat turns up this month with the hotly-anticipated 5-inch smart phone, set to replace the current 4-inch
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