[RUMOR] New Samsung Nexus 10 Tablet Might Appear at CES 2014


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Jan 5, 2011

Although DigiTimes can be a bit "wild" when it comes to the accuracy of their reports, today's new tidbit is worth sharing just in case it's true. They claim that a next-generation Google Nexus 10 tablet will be unveiled by Samsung at CES 2014 next week. They don't have any indication of what the specs will be for the device, but we can assume it will come with Android 4.4 KitKat. Along with this rumor, they also suggest we will see the Exynos 6 announced by Samsung, plus a few other intriguing releases from Lenovo and Asus. Here's a quote with the details,

Samsung is expected to unveil its new Exynos 6 series processor at the show adopting a 64-bit ARM architecture and eight-core design.

Google is expected to launch the new Nexus 10 tablet at the show with Samsung remaining the manufacturer of the device. Many market watchers expect the device to adopt an AMOLED panel.

Asustek Computer is expected to showcase several new products featuring a dual-operating system (OS) design (Windows 8.1/Android), while LG will also announce its latest tablet products.

Seeing its first-generation Yoga series tablets achieve over one-million-unit sales in the first month after release, Lenovo is set to release its second-generation Yoga series tablets at the show to prolong its momentum.

Stay tuned for our coverage of CES next week for more details!


Jan 4, 2014
There have been so many rumors about this thing. I hope they are right this time. I'm getting one the minute it's available. I've been suffering with an iPad 1, and it is a useless piece of dren.