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  1. galfert's Avatar
    So many leaks on the Nexus 5 and we get almost nothing on the upcoming Nexus 10 (2013)

    The only leak I've seen is that it will be Asus making the new Nexus 10.
    Next-gen Nexus 10 could come from Asus not Samsung | Tablets - CNET Reviews

    I thought it would be a good idea to start a thread with all the leaked info out there on the new Nexus 10. So if anyone has anything else please share.


    Sent from my Nexus 10 using Tapatalk 4
    10-20-2013 09:49 AM
  2. galfert's Avatar
    Here is the back of the new Nexus 10 made by Asus. Not sure if this is a fake. Or is that the Nexus 7?

    Update: Yep misleading article. It is the N7. Well at least this serves as a reference of what the new N10 probably will look like. Digging the camera on the corner as it should be easier to take portrait and landscape pictures.



    http://www.cultofandroid.com/42691/n...-new-nexus-10/


    Sent from my Nexus 10 using Tapatalk 4
    10-22-2013 08:40 AM
  3. galfert's Avatar
    Possibility... If true what has me most excited is the reduced weight.

    http://www.phonearena.com/news/Nexus...n-down_id48767



    Sent from my Nexus 10 using Tapatalk 4
    10-28-2013 09:12 AM
  4. MrSlippery519's Avatar
    I am most interested in the new form factor, I personally do not like the look and feel of the Samsung Nexus 10. Looking forward to Asus Nexus 7 type look and feel.

    Add to that smaller overall size (reduced bezel) and lighter this should be an amazing tablet.
    10-28-2013 10:26 AM
  5. chad783's Avatar
    It was fake.
    10-28-2013 12:28 PM
  6. JasW's Avatar
    I don't have a problem with the look and feel of the current gen N10. But if that picture upthread is real, I might have a problem -- one of the knocks against the current generation is how tall it feels holding it in portrait. The pic above looks like it would feel wildly tall in portrait. That's way too wide for a 10" tab.
    10-28-2013 12:30 PM
  7. MrSlippery519's Avatar
    I don't have a problem with the look and feel of the current gen N10. But if that picture upthread is real, I might have a problem -- one of the knocks against the current generation is how tall it feels holding it in portrait. The pic above looks like it would feel wildly tall in portrait. That's way too wide for a 10" tab.
    I cannot imagine the new version being taller than the current model. If the screen is the same size and bezels are reduced I am hoping we are going to see in the 10 inch range for height. Unless the screen size is reduced you are not going to see it the same height as the ipad if thats what your complaint is??
    10-28-2013 02:00 PM
  8. bkircher's Avatar
    I like the current look and feel of the current nexus 10, the thing I did like most about Asus devices is that they are two square and pointy, so they tend to be uncomfortable on or in your hands. One of the biggest feathers that I like on the Samsung nexus is the fact that the speakers are on the front. It makes so much more sense to have them be on the front rather than in the back or on the sides.
    10-28-2013 03:06 PM
  9. patruns's Avatar
    10-28-2013 03:40 PM
  10. JasW's Avatar
    So the resolution is exactly the same but we have a 2.3 GHz quad-core instead of a 1.7 GHz dual core and 3GB of RAM instead of 2GB.

    Nice, but not a compelling enough upgrade for me.
    10-29-2013 08:26 AM
  11. MrSlippery519's Avatar
    So the resolution is exactly the same but we have a 2.3 GHz quad-core instead of a 1.7 GHz dual core and 3GB of RAM instead of 2GB.

    Nice, but not a compelling enough upgrade for me.
    Well we do not know for certain but the processor and ram are likely accurate. The resolution who knows.

    And I would agree, if you already have one might not be worth an upgrade, for me it was the same with the Nexus 7 I have the original and saw no real reason to upgrade.
    10-29-2013 09:59 AM
  12. phoenix5724's Avatar
    Well we do not know for certain but the processor and ram are likely accurate. The resolution who knows.

    And I would agree, if you already have one might not be worth an upgrade, for me it was the same with the Nexus 7 I have the original and saw no real reason to upgrade.
    ^ lol @ this guy. Everyone is entitled to their opinion but on this you are wrong.
    10-29-2013 10:27 AM
  13. Jennifer Stough's Avatar
    ^ lol @ this guy. Everyone is entitled to their opinion but on this you are wrong.
    Posting like this really comes across as just trying to pick a fight. Many, many, many people did not find the need to upgrade from the 2012 n7 to the 2013 model. Myself included. No one is "wrong" for justifying how to spend their money.
    10-29-2013 11:28 AM
  14. MrSlippery519's Avatar
    ^ lol @ this guy. Everyone is entitled to their opinion but on this you are wrong.
    I did not say the Nexus 7 2013 was not a great tablet, I said for me having the 2012 I did not see the need to upgrade since I purchased it less than a year before. Much the same as some 2012 nexus 10 owners will feel about the new version. We are me not owning one see it as a great deal.

    Anyways moving on, still looking forward to some concrete Nexus 10 news.
    10-29-2013 02:07 PM
  15. JasW's Avatar
    We should probably enjoy our last 24 hours as the only 10" Nexus tablet subforum on AC. We've already been dumped from the "Top Forums" list at the top of the page. Tomorrow, I'm pretty sure we're going to be labeled "Old" or something along those lines . . . sniff.
    10-30-2013 02:13 PM
  16. paintdrinkingpete's Avatar
    We should probably enjoy our last 24 hours as the only 10" Nexus tablet subforum on AC. We've already been dumped from the "Top Forums" list at the top of the page. Tomorrow, I'm pretty sure we're going to be labeled "Old" or something along those lines . . . sniff.
    And, we'll no longer be able to refer to our device (on the forums at least) as the "Nexus 10" or "N10"...we will soon have to refer to it as "Nexus 10 (2012)".

    I don't mind too much. The first Android tab I bought was the original Galaxy 10.1", and while it was pretty nice out of the box, within a year it was already lagging both in software updates and actual performance. It's pretty bad when you spend that much money on something only to be sick of it after a year.

    With the Nexus 10 (2012), however, I'm still quite happy with it, use it ALL the time, and pretty confident I go (at least) another year on it.
    10-30-2013 04:33 PM
  17. crxssi's Avatar
    I don't have a problem with the look and feel of the current gen N10.
    Me neither. I think that part is almost perfect. Also, perfect screen. Perfect speaker placement. Plenty of RAM and CPU and Graphics. Cameras are fine. LOVE that it can charge with standard USB.

    My top wishes would have been more storage option (32MB is not enough), even better battery life, and better heat management. I also wish for an SD slot, but I know that will never happen.

    3GB of RAM? OK, that is fine, but I would MUCH rather have an option for 64GB of storage. Give me an option for both and I would be even happier.
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    10-30-2013 06:55 PM
  18. crxssi's Avatar
    And, we'll no longer be able to refer to our device (on the forums at least) as the "Nexus 10" or "N10"...we will soon have to refer to it as "Nexus 10 (2012)".
    Not me. There is a solution that is simple I wish sites would use: Nexus 10.1 Nexus 10.2 or Nexus 10-1 Nexus 10-2. I am not going to put a stupid YEAR on the model.
    10-30-2013 06:59 PM
  19. JasW's Avatar
    Not me. There is a solution that is simple I wish sites would use: Nexus 10.1 Nexus 10.2 or Nexus 10-1 Nexus 10-2. I am not going to put a stupid YEAR on the model.
    Google offers a funny solution. They call the Nexus 7 that came out in July "The New Nexus 7" on Play, which just refers to the other devices as simply "Nexus 4" and "Nexus 10." So we can still refer to ours as simply the "Nexus 10." Anyone who purchases the new one has to call it "The New Nexus 10" or "TN Nexus 10" or "TNN10."
    10-31-2013 07:23 AM
  20. MrSlippery519's Avatar
    Not me. There is a solution that is simple I wish sites would use: Nexus 10.1 Nexus 10.2 or Nexus 10-1 Nexus 10-2. I am not going to put a stupid YEAR on the model.
    That would have been the most logical way to name it.

    Hoping we get some information on the "2013" version haha
    10-31-2013 11:34 AM
  21. paintdrinkingpete's Avatar
    Not me. There is a solution that is simple I wish sites would use: Nexus 10.1 Nexus 10.2 or Nexus 10-1 Nexus 10-2. I am not going to put a stupid YEAR on the model.
    That works fine when either (a) Google uses that nomenclature themselves or (b) everyone knows what you're talking about. In this case, the latter probably will be true...but that's really doesn't make it any better than appending the year of the device's release to it either in my opinion.

    I mean, it's worked for cars all these years...I'm certainly not going to put an add in Craigslist trying to sell my Honda Civic.33. (EDIT: I guess a 2005 Civic would actually be the Civic 8.5, since it was the fifth year of the 8th generation).

    Obviously my previous post was a bit "tongue-in-cheek", but honestly I actually prefer the more simple naming convention that doesn't need to require a number or other demarcation after it.

    I mean, it can work fine for a while, but then it can start to get pretty messy...for example:

    iPad --> iPad 2 --> the new iPad w/ Retina display (what?) --> 4th generation iPad --> iPad Air

    And don't even get me started on Widows...

    Windows 3.1 --> Windows 95 --> Windows98 --> Windows ME (anyone remember this???) --> Windows XP --> Windows Vista --> Windows 7 (which is actually Windows version 6.1) --> Windows 8 (actually 6.2) --> Windows 8.1 (actually 6.3).

    WTF do these numbers even mean? I mean, the year version were one thing, then they went with the code-names, then they decided to go with version numbers, even though the names don't actually reflect the internal version recorded by Microsoft?!?

    Anyway, I kinda like the way it's done with cars. The model is Nexus 10, which stays permanent, and then the year can denote which generation it is.
    10-31-2013 12:21 PM
  22. Joey_C's Avatar
    Very disappointed the 10.2 wasn't announced alongside the N5 today.
    10-31-2013 03:11 PM
  23. paintdrinkingpete's Avatar
    Very disappointed the 10.2 wasn't announced alongside the N5 today.
    I'm not shocked...but a bit disappointed myself.
    10-31-2013 03:52 PM
  24. MrSlippery519's Avatar
    Very disappointed the 10.2 wasn't announced alongside the N5 today.
    Not terrible shocked considering how the N5 was "announced". I am still hoping there is an actually event in the next week or so here where they will of course talk more about the N5 and release the N10. For me as long as its out by xmas I am not worried. Not in a rush for it as it will be my first full size tablet anyways.
    10-31-2013 03:56 PM
  25. galfert's Avatar
    Possible Nexus 8 inch option?

    http://9to5google.com/2013/11/02/goo...-nexus-tablet/

    The Nexus 7 is too small for what I'm looking for in a tablet. But 8 inches starts to become appealing. Mostly because the only improvement I need on the current Nexus 10 is weight reduction.

    Sent from my Nexus 10 using Tapatalk 4
    11-03-2013 06:26 AM
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