New Google+ Pictures Basically Out the Nexus 10 Tablet

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We already have a pretty good idea of everything that's going to happen at Google's big Android event next Monday, but now there's a little more fuel to add to the fire. Google's senior VP of engineering Vic Gundotra has been uploading some pictures to Google+ from a Nexus 10 tablet.


The picture was spotted by the folks at Android Central, who noticed the fabled Samsung-made, 10-inch tablet's name listed under "Camera details." Granted, you can fake that, but we're talking about a high-ranking Googler, who's using a Google device on a Google social network; it doesn't really feel like trolling.

The resolution of the shot is 2048x1536, or just a 3.1 megapixels, but chances are that's the result of some resizing on the Google+ end, and not the camera's actual resolution. If you want to know what that is, you'll just have to wait for Monday, and it this rate, it might be the only surprise left. [Android Central via Engadget]



I've held it. It's a Samsung 10" tablet that looks exactly like the user manual that leaked. All plastic, very thin, front firing stereo speakers. Running Jelly Bean, not Key Lime Pie. It's designed to be held in landscape rather than portrait.

Very fast, but the About screen didn't have any hardware details. Codename: Manta