Google Nexus 7 Gets a Bigger Brother… 10

With Google wanting a bite of the heavyweight category they had to come up with something to match the champions of the big screen tablets: Asus Transformer Pad, Samsung Galaxy 2 and the iPad. Well, did they? Let’s have a look at the Nexus 10! We need to say from the very beginning that Google partnered up with Samsung to produce Nexus 10 but it seems that Samsung had nothing to do with the design part as the curved corners of Nexus 10 makes it look bigger than it really is. So it doesn’t score too well in terms of good looks.
Nexus 10 weights 603 grams and is 49g lighter than the latest iPad but feels pretty solid. The thickness measures just 8.9mm. The rubber on the back offers excellent grip thus handling is quite a joy. On the back is also a 5Mp camera that does a pretty decent job but the front 1.9Mp camera does anything but taking pictures. In terms of ports it has MicroUSB, Micro HDMI, 3.5mm headphone jack and docking pins.


If the design isn’t exactly striking, you will forget about it when you turn on the device. While it might not be as bright as iPad’s retina display, the Nexus 10 Corning Gorilla Glass 2 panel is by far sharper (2560 x 1600 pixels – 300ppi resolution). With its 16:9 aspect ratio Nexus 10 is great to watch movies on.
In terms of sound the front facing speakers don’t look like much but they sound remarkable. The OS is as expected the Jelly Bean 4.2 which is a delight on this tablet. Nexus 10 packs a 1.7GHz dual-core Exynos 5250 processor with Mail T604 graphics and comes with a cool 2GB RAM which make apps open swiftly and games run smoothly.. The enormous 9,000 mAh Lithium polymer battery promises 9 hours of video, 7 hours of web browsing or 90 hours of music.Bottom-line, on paper, the Nexus 10 is a top performer and we may say it’s the best 10-inch Android tablet available right now. However it’s missing some key user-facing ingredients, like apps optimized for the larger screen, 3G and a memory card slot which makes it not-perfect.

Nexus 10 - Source gizmag.com

Nexus 10 – Source gizmag.com


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