Google's new Nexus 10 could be arriving soon, as a new tip-off from Twitter-based uberleakster @evleaks suggests LG is building the new tablet.
LG V510 is the device's manufacturing codename, apparently, with @evleaks getting his hands on what looks like an entry from a supply chain database.
The LG V510 tablet is indeed a Nexus device. [via tip] pic.twitter.com/hhKZ2B9NtQ— @evleaks (@evleaks) December 8, 2013
The image above (right) is a supposed promotional image of the new 10-inch Android tablet, next to the old curvier Nexus 10 on the left. It looks rather more grown-up than the previous 10's Hudl-like stylings.
A previous rumour indicated that Asus would be building the new Nexus 10. Asus built the classy new Nexus 7, while Korean rival LG was responsible for the wondrous Nexus 5.
Google's own-brand devices have proven popular with Android enthusiasts, with a blend of top-notch hardware, reasonable prices and cutting-edge Android software. The Nexus 5 heralded the launch of the latest confectionery-themed release, Android 4.4 KitKat.
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