Google & Samsung To Release Android 4.2 Powered Nexus Tablet


We have interesting news for you today. Apparently, Google and Samsung have combined all their technological prowess in order to produce what they have released as the “Manta”. There will be a press release for the product by October 29 which will be during the company event. Some say that Google is trying to tone down the hype for the ‘iPad mini’ release.

The new device is a 10-inch tablet which will pack a 2560 X 1600 display partnered with a 300ppi pixel density which makes it better than the iPad screen. Others said that the Manta will be featuring a new OS in the form of the Android 4.2. Some features included in the OS are photo-capturing (vertically or horizontally) and “Tablet Sharing.

Speculations have been made and it has been said that the device will probably be officially named as the Nexus 10 which will be released to the market together with the LG nexus 4 and the Asus Nexus 7.

Unfortunately, news about how much we need to cash out for the device have been very much lacking. They have also been quiet as to when the device will finally hit the market. We will do our best to keep you posted so don’t forget to check back often.


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