HTC Reportedly Working With Google For Next Nexus 10 Tablet

Google plus HTC launched the first Nexus smartphone named Nexus One in 2010, and since then, have not teamed up for whichever device.However, a fresh report emerging from Taiwan assertions that Google plus HTC might again be seen launching a device, and this period it could be a 10-inch Nexus tablet, supposed to be named Nexus 10.

DigiTimes, in a report quoting industry sources, rights that HTC will together launch the next-generation of Nexus 10 tablet with Google, however the report does not mention a exact release time. There is also no word on the entrails of the Nexus 10 tablet, as of now.

HTC had launched double tablets: a 7-inch Flyer tablet in 2011, plus a 10-inch Jetstream tablet in the same year; though both the tablets fared poorly owing to poor pricing and a lack of apps, updates the report.The report more reveals that HTC declined Google’s suggestion to launch the Nexus 7 tablet in 2012, plus the Mountain View giant then teamed up with Asus to launch the comparatively successful device.

Contradicting the present report, it was previous said that the Nexus 10 successor would be propelled by Samsung plus the alleged device’s stipulations were tipped. As per the seeped specifications, the alleged Nexus 10 successor tablet would come with a 10-inch display through a resolution of 2560×1600 (WQXGA) pixels; 3GB of RAM; 16GB plus 32GB inbuilt storage; 5-megapixel rear camera plus a 3-megapixel front-facing camera. Fascinatingly, the Nexus 10 was said to run Android’s next iteration dubbed Android 4.5; this was the major time since Android KitKat’s release that we have caught of the next Android version.

It’s worth stating that Google launched the first Nexus 10 tablet now October 2012. Previous on Monday, a report optional that HTC, due to growing losses, plans to enlarge its range of economy smartphones. A fresh report has also specified that Google might launch a fresh Nexus tablet (thought to be dubbed Nexus 8) through an 8-inch display by mid-2014.

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