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Google Nexus 10

The Google Nexus 10 is a tablet device developed by Google and Samsung that was first released in November 2012. Google Nexus 10 runs version 4.2 (“Jelly Bean”) of the Android mobile operating system and features a 10.055” display with 2560x1600, 300 PPI (pixels-per-inch) resolution, a dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 8 or 16GB of internal storage, a 5MP camera with 1080p video camera support, and built-in “Android Beamnear-field communication (NFC), Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi connectivity.

The Google Nexus 10 also touts itself as a shareable tablet with support for multiple users and instant switching between user accounts. Pricing for the Nexus 10 starts at $399, and it competes with tablets like the Apple iPad 4 and Microsoft’s Surface with Windows 8 Pro. Apps for the Google Nexus 4 are available via the Google Play app store.







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