The war between Samsung and LG has gone a notch higher with the recent specifications telling us that Google Nexus 10 2014 would be made by LG. Last year, this 10 inch tablet was manufactured by Samsung and the device received mixed response worldwide. On the other hand, the Nexus 4 smartphone which was made by LG was sold out on day one in almost all of the markets.Even after the next generation Nexus has been launched already, the demand for Nexus 4 remains high. No wonder that Google choose LG over Samsung for Nexus 5 as well.
The leaks about Google Nexus 10 2014 By LG which have surfaced, point towards a 10 inch IPS display with a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels. There would be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU with the 4 cores clocking at 2.3 Ghz much like the latest flagship smartphone of LG, G2. The tablet would run Android 4.4 KitKat Operating System. We are expecting 2 variants of the tablet in the sense that it would be available in 16 GB and 32 GB options. The RAM would be 3 GB and the same amount of RAM is expected to feature in most of the 2014’s premium range devices. There could be a 10 MP rear autofocus camera but if you ask us then we would say that 8 MP would be a more realistic specification as the image quality depends on several factors and not the Megapixels alone. For self shots and video calling, Nexus 10 2014 by LG would contain 3.2 MP front facing camera. The image leaks suggest that there would be no physical button on the front of the device. Expect the pricing of the tablet similar to Nexus 10 2012 and the figure comes to 30,000 INR.
Earlier, speculations were rife that Google might have chosen Asus as the manufacturer of their next generation 10 inch tablet. Asus has a good record in Google books with the success of Nexus 7 tablet. But now, they have ditched both Asus and Samsung Electronics. Google Nexus 2014 By LG does not even make use of Samsung’s proprietary Exynos processor which powered the last year’s Nexus 10. This new collaboration points towards the rise of LG and more profits for this loss making company. But then again, LG has picked up the right direction after so many years and it would need to work hard in order to re-establish its brand image, otherwise Google has its hands full of options!