It has been fairly quiet on the Nexus 10 front. We haven’t heard a single thing since last month when the current Nexus 10 with 16GB went out of stock and a press render of the next one leaked. Now over on Reddit a frustrated Telefonica employee has unleashed what could be the upcoming Nexus 10 (2013). As you can see in the image, Android 4.4 KitKat is running the show. But interestingly it seems that the Google Experience Launcher is utilized, unlike other Nexus devices that received the KitKat update. Also, this device has a rather thin bezel and it looks like the speaker grill has been shifted to the top rather than two on the sides. And notice the price tag. That translates to $482 over here in the U.S.; however, this is presumably for the model with cellular connectivity.
The second image (after the break) has LG’s watermark smacked on top. This is interesting as Samsung makes the current model. LG also makes the Nexus 5 for Google. LG manufacturing the new Nexus 10 would make sense because it could be the device that received Bluetooth certification two weeks ago. The model number “LG-V510″ appears on both this new image and the certified device. So unfortunately there may not be a Nexus 8 in the works, although Google may want us to believe there is.