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Google a presentato il nuovo Tablet Android : Nexus 10




Vediamo insieme cosa c'è di nuovo in questi dispositivi :

Innanzitutto Google a collaborato con Sansung per la realizzazione del tablet


Nuovo sistema operativo Android 4.2




Dimensioni dello schermo circa 10.1 pollici

Risoluzione 2560x1600 pixel con 300 pixel per pollice

Monta un processore dual-core Exynos 5250 Cortex A15 da 1,7 GHz

Memoria 2GB di Ram


Archiviazione :

16GB / 32GB


Fotocamera :

Anteriore 1.3 megapixel

Posteriore 5 megapixel


Connettività :

Bluetooth Wi-Fi NFC



Micro usb micro HDMI



9000mAh Google sostiene nove ore di riproduzione video e 500 ore in standby


Dimensioni :

A 263,9 cm L 177,6 cm P 8,9 mm


Prezzi del nuovo Nexus 10 è :

$ 399 per la versione da 16GB

$ 499 per la versione da 32GB


Disponibile dal 13 Novembre sullo store online Google Play Store nei paesi :

Usa - Regno Unito - Australia - Francia - Germania - Spagna - Canada e Giappone



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