A rendered image of a Nexus 10 2013 Edition was recently unveiled by PhoneArena. The image had been leaked by a source which remains unknown and this gets us to believing that the leaks would have made their way to other sites on the internet. This rendered image displayed by the PhoneArena is quite different as compared to the current version of the Nexus 10 tablet. One of the biggest and most prominent changes can be seen in the portrait orientation. The Nexus 10 on the other hand featured a landscape orientation which suits more to the tablets. Other major differences include the thinner bezels and the buttons which have been placed differently.
Though Samsung introduced the current Nexus, but this time we are expecting ASUS to be the producer of the Nexus 2013. Regardless of the fact who is going to produce, we know one thing for sure that the Nexus 10 is going to feature the quad core Snapdragon SoC; most probably a Snapdragon 800. Though the resolution will remain maintained at 2560 x 1600, the panel’s quality is expected to enhance further because it seemed to be giving some problems and resulted in many complaints for the previous Samsung version.
For the latest 2013 nexus 10 edition by ASUS, there is one exciting piece of revelation that the ASUS might be using its Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF701T which is still to be released. This is yet another divergence for the main hardware. With this news, it has been speculated that the Nexus 10 will definitely be a powerful device and will surely give a tough time to Apple’s iPad Air.