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Wednesday, 06 June 2012 22:14

Purported Nexus Tablet photos leaked

Written by Peter Scott



Healthy dose of skepticism seems in order


We’ve been talking and hearing about it for months and now it seems the first blurrycam photos of Google’s upcoming Nexus tablet found their way to the inteweb.

However, a healthy dose of skepticism is advised. The images show a rather sleek device clad in white plastic, a far cry from previous Nexus devices, which were almost as dull as a funeral.

The 7-inch tablet is supposed to feature a Tegra 3 processor and a sub-$250 price tag. However, the photos show a device with a front facing speaker, which resembles an oversized phone, a Samsung phone to be exact. This led some punters to conclude that it will also have phone functionality, although we see no point in adding any sort of phone radio on a dirt cheap 7-inch tablet.

Although we are not entirely sure we are actually looking at a Nexus tablet, we have to admit that we like the looks and wish they prove legit.

You can check out the images here.



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