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[Update: Most likely Fake] @evleaks Showcases Render And Specs Of Alleged Nexus 10 Successor, Still Produced By Samsung

[Update: Most likely Fake] @evleaks Showcases Render And Specs Of Alleged Nexus 10 Successor, Still Produced By Samsung
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Today, famous leaker @evleaks has provided us what he thinks is really a preview from the new Nexus 10, produced by Samsung. Just in case you have not been following a enormous quantity of drama surrounding this Asus, Samsung, as well as LG, have been recommended as you possibly can producers for Google’s next-generation 10-inch tablet. Entering today, the Asus gossips appeared to achieve the most credibility, therefore if this leak is true, the emergence of Samsung because the top dog would certainly be considered a plot twist for many folks.

Update: Looks like @evleaks has removed the tweet, as the tip was likely fake. More info:

Welp, so much for that. The original information can be found below.

According to the leaked information, the rough specs are as follows:

  • Exynos 5 processor
  • WQXGA display
  • 3 GB of RAM
  • 16GB and 32GB storage options
  • 5 MP rear camera and 3 MP front camera


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3 Responses to [Update: Most likely Fake] @evleaks Showcases Render And Specs Of Alleged Nexus 10 Successor, Still Produced By Samsung

  1. Qliphah says:

    Here’s hoping it’s a return to the good ol’ flip phone. Perhaps a static ereader type screen on the front for time/calls/notificatio1 that uses next to no battery. Just please get away from large exposed glass scree1, they are an eye-sore not 2 months after casual use. And no matter the screen protector you use, if you don’t have a full body case on it 99% of the time the screen will still look ugly.
    Edit: Like to point out Otterboxes specifically, they do protect the phone so if your idea is to resell it as new 3 yea1 from now great. But those 3 yea1 you’re using the phone it looks like a scratched up fisher-price toy with a screen that has the respo1iveness of an 80’s touchscreen kiosk.

  2. HeavyD says:

    Thx x1000 😀

  3. David Ruddock says:

    They’re called embargoes. And yes, they’re very common with hardware reviews.

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