One of Google’s bosses, Vic Gundotra, posted a number of holiday photos on Google+. The exec didn’t mention the rumoured device by name, but the information (EXIF data) found on the pictures lists the device’s camera as Nexus 10.
This isn’t the first time photos shot using the Nexus 10’s camera has popped up on the internet. Last week, EXIF data leaked the rumoured device on Picasa. However, this new leak on Google+ gives more credence to the rumour since it was posted by a Google executive.
The Nexus 10 instruction manual has also been leaked on a Korean website, giving us an idea on what the device may look like. The manual shows us a rounded device with a large Nexus logo on the back.
The Google Nexus 10 (also known as the Samsung Nexus 10 and the Mantra) is believed to be made by Samsung. It is also expected to make its first appearance at Google’s event, which will be kicking off on the 29th of October in New York.
The 10-inch tablet will not be the only device to be unveiled at Google’s event on the 29th. The search giant is said to lift the lid on two other devices. One is the LG Nexus 4, which is a new Nexus smartphone sporting specs similar to the LG Optimus G but looks more like the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
The other device is said to be another version of the Google Nexus 7, which was the first device to run Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean). This new version, however, is said to sport 32GB of internal storage and 3G support.
All three devices are expected to run Android 4.2, which is a minor update to Jelly Bean.
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