So the new Google Nexus 10 (manufactured by the good people over at Samsung, of course) was originally slated to be announced at this morning’s Google event, but a certain female known as Ms. Sandy decided to crash the party, causing the much anticipated event to be canceled. What you can see in the video above is the Nexus 10 and its new lockscreen layout, not to mention a quick look around the homescreen. The thing is, the video itself was not setup properly, so one cannot really get a good look around.
As for the Nexus 10’s hardware, so far we do know that it will come with a 10.1″ display at a resolution count of 2560 x 1600 pixels. In terms of pixels per inch, the Nexus 10 has got the Apple iPad beat comfortably, with a score of 299. Not only that, underneath the hood you will find a dual-core 1.7GHz processor accompanied by a Mali-T604 graphics processor which should perform extremely admirably for anyone who is looking for a new and powerful tablet.