Google announced the Nexus 10 tablet, a high-end Android 4.2 Jelly Bean tablet set to rival the iPad with a very high resolution screen and pure Google Android fast updating. You will be able to order the Nexus 10 on November 13.
The Nexus 10 made by Samsung has a 2560 x 1600 resolution 10.055 " screen with dual speakers and textured coating back. The battery is rated for nine hours of video playback. Features include A15 processor, advanced MIMO Wi-Fi, Chrome browser, 5MP rear camera, front camera, 2GB RAM, Gorilla Glass 2, GPS, Bluetooth and NFC.
The Nexus 10 ships with Android 4.2 Jelly with new photo sphere camera features and keyboard (see all features). The homescreen can be set up for different users.
Google claims the Nexus 10 has the world's greatest resolution display. It has more pixels per inch than the iPad as well as an HDMI port and micro USB and which iPads don't have. Cellular data is not built in.
The Nexus 10 16GB costs $399 while the 32GB model will sell for $499 starting on 11/13 in the Google Play Store. The 32GB model will be available from Walmart that is also selling the discounted a Nexus 7 32GB Wi-Fi model. Also announced was the Nexus 4 unlocked superphone.
The latest video promoting Nexus is accompanied by a song "Ask Me Anything."