The Google Nexus 10 will retain its 10-inch display size but receive some major upgrades, according to a new report.
The popular tablet already features a decently fast 1.7GHz dual-core Exynos processor alongside a Mali-T604 GPU. However, new rumors suggest that it will soon be beefed up with a quad-core processor and a brand new 8-core Mali-T678 GPU.
The larger processor and GPU have been requested by Google Nexus users who have noticed increased lag times because of the device’s huge 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution display.
By increasing CPU and GPU size and throwing in 2GB of RAM, the company hopes that the Google Nexus 10 can become the performance beast it was meant to be.
Bright Side of News believes Google will debut the newly equipped Google Nexus 10 at next month’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
Even better news for future buyers, the Google Nexus 10 upgrades are not expected to increase the cost of the tablet.
Google will receive plenty of competition as it prepares to release its next tablet upgrade. The Sony Xperia Tablet Z is also expected to debut at the Mobile World Congress, and it is also expected to feature a crystal clear display, quad-core processor, and an 8.1 megapixel read camera.
With the tablet wars heating up, buyers should be excited. As more devices flood the open market, buyers are left with more choices and likely with lower pricing as manufacturers attempt to obtain new buyers.
Are you excited to see what tablet manufacturers will have to offer consumers as the Mobile World Congress rolls around?