As per reports making their rounds, the Samsung 10-inch Nexus tablet appears to be in the pipeline, adding to the competition for existing players. Well, this is not the first time that the South Korean company has partnered with Google for a particular device; we have seen this happen before for the Galaxy Nexus and the Nexus S smartphones.
CNET broke this piece of news based on the details provided by an NPD DisplaySearch analyst, Richard Shim. According to their report, the forthcoming 10-inch tablet will render visuals with a pixel density of 299ppi that’s said to be way higher than the 264ppi offered by the Retina display seen on the 3rd generation iPad.
To top it off, the screen will offer a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels against the 2048 x 1536 pixel resolution delivered by the latest iPad, which could pose as a good advantage. Prior to this, Google teamed up with a number of companies like Asus for the Nexus 7. And it will start production on a $99 tablet from December, says the source. Other than that, there are reports of the manufacturer collaborating with HTC for the Nexus 5 smartphone.
And this doesn’t leave the other South Korean company, LG, behind for it is rumored to launch its flagship device in the form of the Optimus G Nexus. With regards to the pricing of the slate in question, there’s no word on the exact cost. But it will be classified amongst the high-end devices in comparison to the $199 Nexus 7.
Another Google-branded device, namely the Samsung 10-inch Nexus tablet, from the South Korean manufacturer could be a treat for fans across the globe.