updated 06:51 pm EST, Sun November 17, 2013
Thinner bezel, Android KitKat appears in alleged Nexus 10 images
Images claiming to show the Google Nexus 10 have appeared online, allegedly suggesting that the device is being created by LG, instead of preceding manufacturer Samsung. If true, this would mean that LG would not only be producing the Nexus 5, but also the Nexus 10, leaving the Nexus 7 tablet alone in being manufactured by Asus.
The photographs spotted by Ubergizmo on Reddit are claimed to be leaked from O2, a carrier in the United Kingdom owned by Telefonica, and another from LG itself. The two alleged images give little in the way of clues, aside from the name, but show that the Nexus 10 will have slimmer bezels, a model number of LG-V510, and will run on Android 4.4. One image claims that it will be sold for £299 ($480) in the UK.
It is thought that Google could be launching the 2013 edition of the large-screened tablet on November 22nd, with a choice of black and white casings.