Google Nexus 10 review

It has just been few months since the launch of Nexus 7. With the battle of tablets heating up, Google has announced the launch of Nexus 10. It is not an easy fight for Google against Apple who has always maintained its supremacy with iPad. Google Nexus 10 has been regarded as the perfect tab on paper with so many exquisite features and reliable functioning. Here is a list of specifications of Google Nexus 10:

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Design

Google Nexus 10 has a sleek body with solid and smooth built and fits firmly in the hand with curved corners, more curved than the iPad. It has Micro USB, Micro HDMI, 3.5mm headphone and Pogo pin for docking. The Nexus 10 has been while keeping the landscape mode in mind, which expands to the external speakers too present on both the sides of the screen. The device can be handled with one hand, which is an important requirement for bigger tabs.

Display

The screen sparks life, full of sensation. Nexus 10 sports a 10 inch display of Corning Gorilla Glass 2 with 2560 x 1600 pixels of resolution, 300ppi which is considerably more than a HDTV. The screen is simply marvelous. The display is uber sharp and vibrant with 16: 9 aspect ratios which is remarkable for movies and photos. It is the first tablet from Google with a 10 inch screen tablet with Android 4.2.

Software

The Google Nexus 10 supports a 1.7 GHz dual core Exynos 5250 CPU with Mail T604 graphics and holds a 2GB Ram. It is combined with the effortless and impressive Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system. There are two models of 16 GB and 32 GB of internal memory. It has a powerful processor. It faces no problem in keeping pace with the fastest Android machines.

Features

Google has to work a lot on its apps and features and it continues to improve the Google Play Store. The EA’s Need for Speed: Most Wanted is the best example of the efficient functioning of the Nexus 10. the other useful tools consists of Evernote, Instapaper, Pocket and casual games such as Angry Bird, Temple Run and new apps of BBC News and News 360. It has a good collection of eBooks. The music will appear on the Tab with Google’s own cloud music locker which scans and matches your digital music collection.

It also provides the feature of Gesture type where you can type by dragging your finger and wire display support which you can connect and your tab to your big screen HDTV.

There is no 3G or 4G support in it. Nevertheless, Google is enhancing it. So far it supports only Wi-Fi and MIMO (Multiple in Multiple out) technologies which promises a 4 times faster speed.

Battery:

Google Nexus 10 claims a battery life of 9 hours of video playback and standby of 500 hours which is quite impressive. With mixed use of emailing, surfing, movie downloading and gaming, Nexus provides a battery life of 10hours.

Camera

The Nexus 10 has a 5MP rear camera which shoots videos at 1080p resolution. You do have a camera app to support it and many others from Google Play Store. It has Photo Sphere which allows you to shoot 360 degree panorama. It isn’t perfect but addictive and fantastic. The 1.9 MP front cameras allow you do video calls through Skype and other apps.

Price

The price of 16GB Nexus 10 is $319 while the 32 GB device costs $389 with Wi Fi support.

Pros and Cons

The best part of the Nexus 10 is its super sharp screen and amazingly powerful processor. It is the first 10 inch tablet available in the Android 4.2 version which makes it separate from every other tab. The flaws are that the real life performance of the screen doesn’t goes well with the hardware features and the apps are quite difficult to find and sometimes feel buggy

Verdict

Undoubtedly, Google Nexus 10 is a fantastic tablet with 300pi display. The amazing slim, sleek and tactile look of the tab makes it look quite stylish. It is a joy to play with the tablet. The screen deserves applauds and especially the Jelly Bean Android system, which goes excellently well with the processor making it quick. The tab is easily intuitive and can be obtained at an amazing price. The Nexus 10 is worth your praises.

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