What looks to be an instruction manual for the Samsung Nexus 10 has appeared online, offering clues as to the design of this hotly-tipped tablet.
LG may be making an upcoming Nexus smart phone, but Samsung looks likely to lay claim to the next raw-Android powered tablet if these mysterious pages, spotted by the Verge, are anything to go by.
The manual appears to have come via a Korean website, and paint a picture of a rounded device with bulging sides, as well as a great big Nexus logo on its rear.
Beyond that there's not a lot we can glean, but those of you who own an HD telly will be interested to see a micro HDMI port labelled on the Nexus 10's sides.
Previous rumours suggest that this intriguing tablet will boast an astonishingly high-resolution screen, with a 2,560x1,600 pixel resolution mentioned onthan occasion.
If this tablet is real, I've a good idea of when we might get to glimpse it -- Google is, when we're expecting to hear some important Android announcements.
It's been a good day for Nexuses (Nexi?), as earlier today Carphone Warehouse's. The page has since been taken down, but not before teasing a 4.7-inch screen with a 768x1,280 pixel resolution, an 8-megapixel camera and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. Oh, and a 30 October delivery date.
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