updated 03:13 pm EDT, Thu October 25, 2012
Nexus 10 appears to share design aesthetic of Galaxy Note 10.1
Google's October 29 event will almost certainly feature a new 10-inch Nexus tablet manufactured by Samsung, as images of a manual for the device have now surfaced online. The images reveal the general design lines of the Nexus 10, but give no indication as to its build materials. From the diagrams in the manual, the Nexus 10 appears to sport a design aesthetic reminiscent of Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1.
The images showed up at Seeko, and they consist of only two shots: one the cover of the manual, verifying its name, and the other a view of its fourth and fifth pages, which detail the device's external features.
Judging from the internal pages, the Nexus 10 will feature a general design similar to the Galaxy Note 10.1, with speakers on the front, a light sensor, front-facing camera, rear-facing camera, and a charging port on the bottom.
The Nexus 10 is said to feature a very high resolution screen, possibly surpassing the Retina display seen on Apple's newest iPad. It is thought to feature new Samsung display technology, allowing it to output at 2560x1600 with a pixel density approaching 300ppi.
A 10-inch Nexus tablet has been rumored for some time now. When the Nexus 10 debuts, it will likely do so alongside a new Nexus phone from LG, the Nexus 4, and an upgraded Nexus 7 with 32GB of storage and a 3G variant.