We all know that Google has launched a 10-inchNexus tablet on Monday. It features a 2560x1600p resolution display and is powered by Android 4.2 and dual-core Samsung Exynos 5 Dual processor.
For me and I am sure a lot of you out there, the key feature of this tablet is its display. It is the first Android tablet to come with such a high-resolution display.
When Google talks about this display, they say the resolution of the screen in Nexus 10 is comparable to print, which is a tall claim. According to Google, this display shows beautiful pictures, and crisp clear text.
But is it really like that?
Googler Romain Guy, who was putting his product shot taking skills to test with Nexus 10, clicked the Google Play Magazines on Nexus 10 with actual magazines and these shots give us a decent idea about how nice Nexus 10 display really is.
Here are the images:
Do you think, Google Nexus 10 display is worthy of all this hype? Drop your thoughts in the comments
To remind you, Nexus 10 is going on sale starting November 13 in select countries including US, UK, and Canada. The 16GB version of the tablet will be sold for USD 399, the 32GB version will go for $499.