Just recently we found out about the launch of a new Google tablet in partnership with Samsung, the Nexus 10. It’s first and most amazing feature is the incredible display, a 10.055” 2560 x 1600 display screen with 300 ppi, equaling over 4 million pixels!!.
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A Google+ user, Romain Guy, took some photos of the Nexus 10 previewing a magazine and then compared the screen with the real magazine in a try to see how good it resembles.
He assures us that the photos are real and that it is not a printed screenshot on the device’s screen.
The results are somewhere amazing, even though tough critics may still prefer the printed version, the Nexus 10 is doing an amazingly good job. Just to remind you, the Nexus 10 is running on an Exynos 5250 CPU and a Mali T604 GPU with 2GB RAM and the newest Android 4.2.
The availability date issued by Samsung is November 13 in most major countries of the world with a starting price of 399$.
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October 29 2012