Thanks to the leaked info, we learned that the tablet would retail for £349.99, which is about £30 more than the 16GB Samsung Nexus 10. Jumping forward to today, Android Central brings us a second inventory screenshot pointing again towards the Asus Nexus 10, this time from the UK retailer Currys.
Like yesterday’s sighting, the tablet is listed with a price tag of £349.99. Unlike the PC World inventory screen, this listing specifically states the storage size for this model as 16GB.
Beyond that, we really learn nothing new here.
While neither retail listing gives us too many details, two sightings so close to one another certainly help legitimize the idea of an Asus Nexus 10 tablet.
IF the Asus Nexus 10 is real, what can we expect from it? While we don’t know for sure, we’d imagine the tablet would come with a Snapdragon 800 CPU, at least 2GB RAM and a high resolution display (maybe 2560 x 1600?). It also seems likely that the new Nexus 10 would feature Android 4.4 KitKat.
As for when Google plans to release it, it’s possible that the tablet could be unveiled alongside the Nexus 5 in mid-October - though that’s just speculation on our part. Anyone still hoping for a Samsung Nexus 10 refresh, or does the idea of an Asus Nexus 10 sound good to you?