After that unwanted fiasco concerning the availability of the Nexus 10 tablet in Japan, the slate finally managed to take its seat in the Japanese market. It’s been delayed for several times, but that’s history now, as it’s up for sale.
Of course, Google brought the two versions of the tablet to Japan, the 16GB and 32GB models, that is. The stripped-down storage option costs $400, whereas the 32GB version is a bit pricier at $484. This is in line with the current US pricing, which is positive.
The Nexus 10 is the first tablet to sport the Samsung Exynos 5250 dual-core processor based on ARM’s Cortex A-15 architecture. It features a quad-core Mali-T604 GPU, 2GB RAM, and an astonishing 10,1-inch display with resolution of 2560×1600 pixels, resulting with a killer pixel density of 299ppi. It runs on Android’s latest iteration, 4.2.1 Jellybean, and being a member of the Nexus family, very timely updates are a guarantee.