Google’s Nexus 10 Tablet Now Available in Japan
The Nexus 10 is official in Japan! When phones and tablets become official and ultimately released, its easy to assume they will make their trip around the world on the scheduled release date. Unfortunately this is far from the case. When a device releases it usually to a specific market first, then it treks into foreign lands. There are many amazing handsets and tablets around the world that you’ll simply never get the chance to own due to all kinds of different laws, regulations and sometimes simply because the manufacturer doesn’t think it will do well. Today, the Japanese can finally rest as the likes of the Nexus 10 have been confirmed for their country.
It was just about two months ago when Google took their Samsung made Nexus 10 and put it on sale in limited markets. The Nexus 10 is an amazing new 10 inch tablet with stock Android and a bit of powerful internal computing. The Japanese can finally have their day in the Jelly Bean sun. The Nexus 10 is currently on sale now via the Google Play Store and will run anyone interested about ¥36,800 for the 16 GB model and ¥44,800 for the 32 GB version. Current translation puts that at about $400 and $480 freedom bucks. And that’s about that, but in case you were wondering what makes the Nexus 10 so special, lets go over its basics one more time. The Nexus 10 is a Samsung made tablet that uses the latest in Android version 4.2.1. The tablet lacks any bloat, or any manufacturer enforced UI, just good old, Vanilla Android. Its body measure in at a mere 8.9 mm and houses an awesome class leading 2560×1600 pixel resolution at an amazing 300 pixels per inch. Internally it runs a more than capable Samsung Exynos 5 system chip with a dual core 1.7 GHz processor. Add in an ARM Mali-T604 GPU for some help in the graphics department as well as 2 GB of RAM and 16 or 32 GB of storage and its sold! With a set of spec’s like this and a few not mentioned, it’s safe to assume the good people of Japan now have another awesome new tablet option available.
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