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Monday, 18 November 2013 10:38

More dubious Nexus 10 leaks emerge

Written by Peter Scott



Two colour options, LTE, November 22 launch?

A couple of new Nexus 10 leaks popped up on Reddit from two different sources. Both feature rather terrible renders of the new Tablet, one from Telefonica and one from an god knows where.

The images show a rather simple design, with thinner bezels and fewer curves than the original Nexus 10. There appears to be a couple of front facing speakers, arranged in a soundbar. The official designation is LG-V510 and an LG product with the exact same designation received Bluetooth verification earlier this month. One of the Korean captions points to a November 22 launch, LTE support and two colour options – black and white.

There is just one small problem. Telefonica told Pocket Lint that it had nothing to do with the leaked image and that it’s not even aware of a Nexus 10. That might explain why the render was so horrible. In any case we should know more over the next few days, but it’s already more or less clear that we’re looking at a 2560x1600 pixel panel, 3GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 800 processor under the bonnet. Needless to say, take all leaked renders with a grain of salt, especially when they are this awful.

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