3 Reasons Why Google Skips Nexus 10 2 Release Date This Year
By Kristin Dian Mariano | December 17, 2013 4:49 PM EST
Google Nexus 10 2 release date is not yet happening and waiting fans are already in doubt if there is still something to wait for.
Google has not confirmed any detail of the device yet. There has been a few updates on the release date of Google Nexus 10 2 after the device skipped the Black Friday and Cyber Monday festivities leaving many consumers frustrated.
Google Nexus 10 2 is rumoured pack the same 10-inch screen display but with pixel resolution of 2,560 x 1,600. The tablet may be equipped with Tegra 4 chip processor, which is different from initial speculations that the tablet will sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset like its brother - Nexus 5.
The tablet may also sport a separate Adreno 330 graphics chip and 2 GB of RAM for faster and better processing. Google Nexus 10 2 will also have an 8MP rear camera and will run with Android 4.4 Kitkat OS. The Google Nexus 10 2 may be available in 16 GB and 32 GB variants.
Here are three reasons on the probable reasons why Google may skip the Nexus 10 2 release date this year.
One of the probable reasons why Google decided not to push through with the Nexus 10 2 is because of the poor sales of the first generation of Nexus 10 tablet. Google Nexus 10 tablet was launched in October last year but it failed to make a huge impact in the market as it does not fare well with other tablets in the market.
Another reason why Google may not hold a Nexus 10 2 release date is because it is planning to release an 8-inch tablet or the Google Nexus 8. Google has been teasing the entire world with images of the alleged Google Nexus 8.
Lastly, Google Nexus 10 2 release date may happen early next year. It is probable that Google had a hard time assembling the specs and features of the 10-inch tablet. It seemed that Google had issues in putting together high end components in a full-fledged tablet while maintaining the production cost of the device at minimum. Although production costs keep on increasing, Google does not want to compromise on specs and features.
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