According to a Bright Side of News, Google plans to make Nexus 10 the most powerful tablet on the market. With already a lot of positive feedback from partners and end user, the Nexus 10 is struggling with a performance. Having enormous 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution, the Exynos 5 chip, which have two Cortex-A15 cores and a Mali T604 GPU, makes the tablet a little bit underpowered. However, this will not be a problem with a second generation tablet.
The Nexus 10 is getting a quad-core processor and a new 8-core Mali-T678 GPU. There will not be any other changes, which means 2 GB of system memory will remain the same, as well as the storage memory. As Google is struggling with the shortcomings of the original design, this should also be addressed. Though the new design should come with the third generation. The introduction of Nexus 10 is expected at Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona.
|Source||Bright Side of News|
|Topics||Google, Tablet, Hardware, Quad-Core, Nexus 10, Mali-T678|