Recent leaks regarding the rumored Nexus 10 slate, which Google is working with Samsung to develop, show just how impressive the tablet will be. Scheduled to be officially unveiled this Monday, the Nexus 10 will bring Google's latest Android 4.2 OS.
This tablet will be impressive in many ways, but what really will call people's attention to it is the stunning iPad Retina Display-surpassing display, which will have a 2560 x 1600 resolution (vs 2048 x 1536 in the Apple iPad). At 10.1", this translates into a groundbreaking 299 ppi pixel density. Of course, an exceedingly powerful SoC is needed to handle such a giant resolution, therefore, the Nexus 10 will be the first tablet to receive Samsung's Exynos 5250 SoC, which consists of a dual-core Cortex-A15 @ 1.7GHz CPU, and ARM's brand new Mali-T604 GPU. The GPU should be moderately prepared to handle the greater-than-Retina display. The Nexus 10 will have a 5MP rear camera, and will be available in a 16 GB model (albeit without any storage expansion options).
The Nexus 10, which, just by its specifications, seems like a very impressive device, will be officially uncovered during Google's New York event on Monday (Oct. 29)