Unfortunately Google had to reschedule its New York event due to Hurricane Sandy, but worry naught, there’s still a little bit Nexus news floating around.
Since it will be Samsung and Google tying the knot this time around for this particular Nexus device, it only makes sense that the Nexus 10 will come with an Exynos.
Other details regarding the Nexus, which won't be covered in the five second clip, include the device boasting 2GB of RAM, a 5MP rear camera, 16GB of internal storage, GPS, and a dual-core clocked at 1.7GHz.
The display is perhaps the most notable part of the Nexus 10, with many sources having already confirmed that it will come with a 2560×1600 screen resolution. Cramming as many pixels as possible into a tiny screen seems to be a growing trend. Apple’s 9.7-inch iPad with Retina boasts a resolution of 2048×1536, which consquently led many app developers needing to 'revise' portions of their software.
BriefMobile recently posted this five second clip of the supposed Nexus 10 online:
(The 'lightning' quick look at the Nexus 10)