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Google Nexus 10 manual leaks online

More details on Google's Samsung-made flagship slate have leaked on the interwebs, just a few days before its official announcement

The Samsung-made Google Nexus 10 is expected to be officially revealed at Google’s event on Monday, but that hasn’t stopped its manual from leaking online.

Rumoured to have an iPad-trumping 2560×1600 10.1in display with an eye-watering 299ppi, the leaked manual also reveals a distinctly curved design that even Apple’s ravenous patent lawyers would have difficulty picking on.

The manual also reveals a front and rear facing camera (megapixels unknown) as well as a notification LED, micro USB/HDMI ports and what could be a magnetic charging/data port.

With a rumoured quad-core Exynos process powering the latest version of Jelly Bean, we’re looking forward to wrapping out hands around the Google Nexus 10 (as well as the LG Nexus 4 and 32GB Nexus 7) as soon as we can.

[Seeko via TheVerge]

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