Google Announces The Nexus 10 Tablet, 32GB Nexus 7 Model

Google’s just made the Nexus 10 and Nexus 7 size bump all sorts of official, with the Nexus 10 starting at $399 and up. The Nexus 7 price and spec changes are almost the second worst kept secret of today’s Nexus announcements, next to the Nexus 4. Google has officially introduced a 32GB Nexus 7 for $249 and dropped the 16GB version to $199.

The Nexus 10 will come in 16GB and 32GB sizes, feature Android 4.2 and a 2560×1600 resolution, coming in at 300ppi. Along with that is a dual-core ARM Cortex-A15 chip, 2GB of RAM, 9000mAh battery, Android 4.2, 5 megapixel camera on the rear, 1.9 megapixel front facing camera, 9 hours of HD video playback and weighs in at 604 grams.

The 16GB model of the Nexus 10 will go for $399 and the 32GB model for $499, beginning November 13th via Google Play.

More details as they come.

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  • jamie glennon

    $150 more for 3 more inches?

    • Deon Davis

      And first Android with next gen A15 arm cores, double the ram, higher resolution, rear cam etc.

    • Jay

      better than $170 more for 2.2 inches

    • XookieMonsterX

      I’d pay $150 for 3 more inches ;-P

    • Carlos

      That’s what she said

    • trust the inches make a BIG difference :)

  • I’ll pass

  • squiggleslash

    What of the rumored version with mobile data?

    EDIT: Just answered my own question:

    $299 for an UNLOCKED tablet with HSPA+! Awesome… now if someone can come up with a decent data plan…

    • I would just get the hotspot plan on my phone and use it for data on the tablet.

  • ACNJR28

    I wasn’t a big fan of Samsung but I find myself leaning more towards them now because it seem every manufacturer is slowly trying to force us to use cloud based storage which I’m personally not a fan of. I think SD slots are a necessity. Samsung is really the only one who seems to incorporate Micro SD slots into their devices.

    • squiggleslash

      I agree, but FWIW the Samsung made Galaxy Nexus doesn’t have any expandable storage. microSD or otherwise.

    • philyew

      No mention of a microSD slot on the Google site and all of the bloggers I have read today say there won’t be one.

      There is a micro USB socket, which will allow you to use an adapter to plug in external drives (powered) and USB sticks, but it’s nothing like as convenient as an internal slot. Still, it’s a better option than paying an extra $100 for 16GB more internal storage. I got an adapter shipped from China for less than a buck, including shipping (seriously!).

  • Dakota

    Is the 8gb version done or down to 149? Shows people not to jump on these quickly. People who already purchased nexus are kind king themselves

  • hmm, I’m not convinced. Prices are great, but just not really feeling something about it.

  • Emperius

    You’d have to be a serious idiot and ignorant to say the ipad is a better product both in hw and sw. Minimal, minimal are the reasons why one would use the ipad. (business, work, wealthy tech illiterate, grandparent gift.)