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Alleged renders of Nexus 10 refresh leak

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Alleged renders of Nexus 10 refresh leak
UPDATE: It appears that this latest Nexus 10 "leak" is most likely a fake. @evleaks reports that multiple publications have been receiving these photos, along with slightly varying "corroborating evidence." Oh well, it looks like we'll have to wait some more before Google decides to show us the real Nexus 10 2014 (if such a device is planned at all).

Wow, talk about the fast pace of today's world. No sooner did we tell you that we could soon see a refresh version of the Nexus 10, than a couple of renders leak. One was sent to U.K. based Pocket Link, while the other was sent to 'leakster' evleaks. Both were sent by an anonymous tipster, which means that we need to take this with not a grain of salt, but the whole darn container. We should point out that 'Mr. Leaks' is distancing himself from the render he received, by noting that he can not vouch for the legitimacy of the image and accompanying specs

According to the information received by evleaks, the refresh version of the Nexus 10 is manufactured by Samsung, and features a resolution of 2560 x 1600 on the 10 inch display. There is an Exynos 5 processor under the hood and 3GB of RAM on board. 16GB and 32GB variations of the device will be available, which will have back and front facing snappers of 5MP and 3MP respectively. According to the tip, Android 4.5 will be pre-installed out of the box.

Visually, the render appears similar to the Nexus 10 model that has just sold out at the Google Play Store. On the screen, you can see transparent bars at the top and bottom and the wallpaper looks similar to what Nexus devices have been portraying with the model number reflected in the design. If you look closely, you can see the "1" and "0" in the wallpaper.

The two renders reveal a black version and a white version, and you can view both by clicking on the slideshow below. 


source: @evleaks, Pocketlint

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