According to Bright Side of News, Google’s Nexus 10 may have its new version soon. It seems that the device made a brief appearance at Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and it was there that it was spotted by the chip-focused website, and is expected to be on display at World Mobile Congress next month. The new version will come as a response to some “shortcomings” of the original Nexus 10, including design and performance.
New Google Nexus 10 with more cores…
The biggest improvement in terms of hardware will be a new processor, which will be bumped from two to four cores. Apparently, now it gives the impression of being underpowered. It also seems that the currently used Mali T604 GPU has some problems munching on those 2,560 x 1,600 pixels in the touch screen, so the new model will come with an 8-core Mali T678 GPU chip. You may also expect some minor changes in design, but definitely not something that would make you gasp for air.
That is about everything we know about the tablet now. We should have more details once it is officially unveiled. And although we would love to see it happen at WMC in Barcelona, a much safer bet is Google’s annual I/O conference in May,which is where the Nexus 7 was introduced last year. That said, the tablet will probably be available around back-to-school season.
source: Bright Side of News