Asus Nexus 10 2 release seems likely

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We already know that Google is working with an electronics manufacturer on a new version of the Nexus 10 following comments from Google’s Sundar Pichai shortly after this year’s smaller Nexus tablet was officially unveiled, and now an Asus Nexus 10 2 release seems likely in the coming weeks.

There has been some speculation in the last few months that Samsung wouldn’t be making the Nexus 10 2013, and this is now seeming more likely following the latest leak about the upcoming device. A screenshot has appeared that is supposedly from the inventory system from PC World that is showing the Nexus 10 by Asus.

The source of this leak last year correctly revealed the pricing and availability for the 32GB version of the Nexus 7 that arrived towards the end of 2012. If accurate the device would be costing consumers in the UK £349.99 which is a little bit more expensive than last time around.

This is the same that has happened with the new Nexus 7 though which is also slightly more expensive than last year’s model, while this rumour has to be taken with the usual pinch of salt there hasn’t been the same amount of leaks regarding a Samsung made Nexus 10 2.

We could be only a few weeks away now from an official unveiling of a new Nexus 10 model alongside the Nexus 5 by LG and Android 4.4 KitKat operating system, with a release by the end of October if previous rumours are anything to go on.

Would you prefer Asus to produce the new Nexus 10?

Source: Android Police.

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3 thoughts on “Asus Nexus 10 2 release seems likely”

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    bazingrr says:

    My experience with ASUS is high on features but low on quality having suffered failures with a laptop and PC motherboard. I’m hoping above everything Samsung are the manufacturer or at least not ASUS. I think I will be out of luck.

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    Aquarius7373 says:

    I just hope googles choosing asis for the hardware, and not to save money so they can market it better. Id rather pay $500 for quality than $350 for a big screen and nothing else. Hopefully asus isnt the bottleneck if it gets the snapdragon 800

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    jnbarth says:

    After continuous problems over the last year with my ASUS TF700, I bought an ASUS Nexus 7 2013 and am having a whole new set of problems. I welcome anybody but ASUS to build the new NEXUS 10!

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