Alleged Asus Nexus 10 Tablet Spotted In Another Inventory System At Currys

In the previous report it states that ASUS will be the one planning to manufacture the next version of Google’s Nexus 10 tablet, which would be sold through Google Play Store and Best Buy outlets in time for holidays, and that news came true. Now, an image leaked yesterday showing the purported Nexus 10 from PC World inventory with a price tag of £349.99. Full details after the break!

Today, another image surfaced showing the alleged ASUS made Nexus 10 tablet in Currys inventory as well. According to the guys over at Android Central received some detailed information from an anonymous tipster from the inventory, showcased ASUS Nexus 10 in their system. Second image also mentions the similar £349.99 price tag, but listing specified for the 16GB model tablet. Notably, in fact the Samsung Nexus 10 16GB variant is available for £319.99 from Google Play Store..

Although there is no accurate information about the specifications of the two leaks of the tablet provided yet, which is expected to bring to the table. Expected (rumored) widely that it will come with the top of best line in specs featuring Snapdragon 800 processor with a better resolution display.

Unfortunately, we got nothing about the availability of the ASUS’s Nexus 10 tablet, and if these speculations becomes true, a grain of sweetness is recommended that. Google is exceptionally planning to schedule an event on October 14th for the launch of the highly-anticipated Google Nexus 5 aside Android 4.4 KitKat.

Note: This could be true or false but maintains in two different ways. There’s still possibility that ASUS Nexus 10 will be the high-end tablet arriving to compete Apple’s iPad 5 and other tablet devices already settled in the market. Of course the Nokia Lumia 1520 phablet as well.

Guess? Do you think that Asus would be the manufacturer of the unannounced Nexus 10? Or Samsung continues the tablet range with collaboration with Google? Thoughts!