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Wednesday, 31 October 2012 09:57

Samsung leak points to 64GB Nexus 10

Written by Fudzilla staff



Quick, someone call LG


We saw heaps of Nexus rumours over the past few weeks and with Google’s low key launch on Monday, we though all the Nexus dribble was behind us.

Apparently we were wrong and here’s a juicy one. An internal Samsung document seems to point to a 64GB version of the new Nexus 10 tablet, which launched in 16GB and 32GB options. The added storage would make a lot of sense on an HD device and it could attract moaning content addicts who always want more room for their crap.

However, it’s still unclear if and when the 64GB version is coming. It could have been a simple misprint, or perhaps a dropped SKU. We think there is a good chance Google will introduce 64GB version at some point, much like it did with the Nexus 7.

But if Nexus tablets are getting more storage, what about the Nexus 4? There is obviously a market for a 32GB version of Google’s new flagship phone, but here’s the thing. LG has been leaking like a sieve and the Nexus 4 was one of the worst kept industry secrets in recent times. If a 32GB version is on the way, we will probably hear about it months ahead of launch.

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