The wait is over, guys! Google were so determined to announce their newest lineup of Nexus devices that they have delivered their promise on time even though the Sandy Hurricane is still a major threat. Among the flagship smartphone Nexus 4 and the 32 GB versions of the Nexus 7, the announcement of the Nexus 10 was the thing that grabbed our attention.
The Google Nexus 10 is Google‘s flagship tablet. It offers a beautiful screen whose resolution is the highest one ever found on a tablet: 2560 x 1600 pixels, which results in a pixel density of 300ppi. That also makes it the sharpest tablet screen we’ve ever seen. The device will also run on Google‘s latest installment of Android, the all-new 4.2 Jellybean, which was also announced today. It brings several improvements, but probably the most important feature is the multi-user interface, which allows setting up a big number of user on the same device, much like today’s and yesterday’s Windows OS’.
Also, let’s not forget the stereo speakers and the powerful battery that is supposed to ensure 9 hours of video playback.
We quite like the Google Nexus 10. But, will it be as successful as the Nexus 7 currently is? We are eagerly waiting to find out.