Next-Gen Nexus 10 To Be Made By Asus?

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If you were impressed with the newly introduced and much loved Asus Nexus 7 tablet, you will probably be equally moved by the next-generation Nexus 10 as well since the upcoming tablet is also allegedly going to be made by the Taiwanese company.

The new info comes from “multiple sources” who have revealed Google’s plans to geek’s Russell Holly, who has a pretty good track record when it comes to bringing out details about unannounced Google devices. According to his report, the Asus Nexus 10 (it will have the same name) will be available from the Google Play Store and Best Buy retail stores “in time for the holiday season”.

The Samsung Nexus 10 tablet, as you might know, came with an impressive display and a pretty decent price tag as well, but the tablet was not as popular as last year’s Asus Nexus 7. Keeping this in mind and remembering the fact that Google is in good terms with Asus (the search giant let them design the new Nexus 7), an Asus Nexus 10 is certainly making sense.

As for what’s coming, we haven’t got a clue and neither does our source. But it’s safe to expect a brilliant display with a powerful Snapdragon chipset, and of course at least Android 4.3.

What are your thoughts about a Nexus 10 made by Asus? Lets us know in the comments below.


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  1. jacobtownsend2015 says:

    One other impressive tablet which launched this week is the Pipo M7 Pro($255) that for roughly the same price as the Nexus 7, features a much larger 8.9 inch display with 1900X1200 screen resolution, a Quad core processor, along with built in GPS navigation — and is packed with features that compare to the new Nexus, and offers premium speakers, WiFi with both 2.4 and 5.0 GHz frequencies for greater connection, as well as the choice of using standard Android O/S or a Windows style User Interface that makes the Android experience much more intuitive and user friendly. Also, the new Pipo M9 Pro($285) model offers a 10 inch version, and 3G HSPA+ is available with either model for $25 more, which works with any GSM Carrier, including AT&T and T-Mobile for 3G Internet data connection…

    One of the first to carry the new Pipo series of Android tablets as well as a few other new models to launch this month is –T ab l e t S p r i n t–- and also offers a new Miracast TV adapter($39), similar to the new Google Chromecast — but with a lot more features, much like Apple Airplay.

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