Images of a manual of the rumoured Samsung-built Nexus 10 tablet PC have surfaced online ahead of Google's mega event in New York where the device is going to be officially announced.
The images were spotted Thursday on a Korean website called Seeko. The purported images of the Nexus 10 showed the cover and two pages of a “quick start guide”. The manual, however, gives a very little information about the device, though features a sketch showing the top of the Nexus 10 will be home to power/lock key, and a volume key. A charging port will be on the bottom.
The sketches also show the slate will have a camera on the back with a flash, a front-facing camera with a light sensor. On the left, the device has a micro USB port and a 3.5mm audio jack. On the right, there's a microHDMI port. There are speakers on both sides of the device. Check out the alleged image of the Nexus 10 manual below:
The Nexus 10, pitted (at least in pricing) against Apple's recently unveiled iPad mini, as well as the iPad (4th Generation), is expected to be unveiled on October 29 at a Google's Android event. The Internet giant last week released invitations for the event, which is also rumoured to see the unveiling of a LG-built 'Nexus 4' smartphone, an updated version of Jelly Bean – v4.2 and a updated Nexus 7 tablet, which debuted back in July.
LG's Nexus 4 is likely to be the pick of the devices that are slated to be shown at the event. The device boasts of a 4.7-inch display with an HD resolution of 1,280-by-768 pixels, and will ship with Android 4.2, according to a pre-order page set up by U.K. phone retailer, Carphone Warehouse.