The Nexus 10 tablet device, the outcome of the partnership between two major tech giants, has finally been introduced by Google and Samsung today. Actually, it was to be announced at the Google event on October 29 that was postponed due to the Sandy alert. Many of us thought the launch would be scheduled to a later date but it did happen rather earlier the we expected. The Nexus 10 is a powerful tablet device that boasts of  the world’s highest resolution 10″ display, 1.7 GHz A15 dual-core processor and 2 GB RAM.

Nexus 10 runs on the latest version of Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and introduces some exciting new features like the multi-user support, enhanced Google apps, immersive HD content and lots more. All such powerful specs have been beautifully packed in an 8.9 mm hood that weighs only 603 grams. The device will be available in 16 and 32 GB variants for $399 and $499 respectably on the Google Play Store November 13th onward in U.S., U.K., Australia, France, Spain, Japan Germany and Canada. The Nexus fans from other countries will still have to wait till Google roll outs this 10″ tablet worldwide.

via: Google Blog

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