Google's new Nexus 10 could be arriving soon, as a new tip-off from Twitter-based uberleakster @evleaks suggests LG is building the new tablet.
LG V510 is the device's manufacturing codename, apparently, with @evleaks getting his hands on what looks like an entry from a supply chain database.
The LG V510 tablet is indeed a Nexus device. [via tip] pic.twitter.com/hhKZ2B9NtQ— @evleaks (@evleaks) December 8, 2013
The Nexus 10 is the last Google-branded device to be refreshed this year, with the winning plaudits for its hi-res screen and the replacing the Nexus 4.
The image above (right) is aof the new 10-inch Android tablet, next to the old curvier Nexus 10 on the left. It looks rather more grown-up than the previous 10's Hudl-like stylings.
A previous rumour indicated that. Asus built the classy new Nexus 7, while Korean rival LG was responsible for the wondrous Nexus 5.
Google's own-brand devices have proven popular with Android enthusiasts, with a blend of top-notch hardware, reasonable prices and cutting-edge Android software. The Nexus 5 heralded the launch of the latest confectionery-themed release,.
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