Nexus 10 (2013) Leaks Again, This Time Hinting at LG Manufactured and November 22nd as Potential Release Date

November 17, 2013 - Written By Alexander Maxham

Early this morning, two separate images leaked out showing the next generation Nexus 10. It’s looking like it’s being made by LG this time and not ASUS. Which we had seen numerous rumors of ASUS making the next generation Nexus 10. From what we can tell by the images, it looks like the Nexus 10 is featuring smaller bezels, as well as front-facing speakers, which is something I’m love with (mostly because I’m using the HTC One Max right now). Of course this next part shouldn’t be a huge surprise. But it’s coming with Android 4.4 – KitKat and Google’s Experience Launcher in tow. Which the launcher might be a bit surprising since the Nexus 4, 7 and 10 didn’t get the Google Experience Launcher with their KitKat update.

The other image that surfaced this weekend is the one shown down below. It shows a typical press shot with a huge LG logo watermark on it. It also says that the model of this device is the LG-V510. Additionally, putting the Korean language used in the Reddit post through Google Translate gives us “LG Electronics Nexus 10 November 22 LTE black and white.” Now take that with a heavy grain of salt since Google Translate isn’t always the best at translating stuff. But if this is true, it looks like we’ll be seeing the Nexus 10 this Friday, and coming with an LTE model is a big deal as well as being in both black and white. I’d assume that the white model might look a lot like the Nexus 5 in white.


Finally, the Telefonica leak shows us a £299 price tag, which translates to about $482 USD. Now keep in mind that this appears to be the cellular version or LTE version. So I’d expect the WiFi version to be about $50-100 cheaper. But as always take all of this with a huge grain of salt, as this is the first real Nexus 10 leak we’ve see this year, a lot of the others were fakes.

So an LG-made Nexus 10. Would you pick one up? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.