The Consumers Electronics Show is just around the corner and rumours on the new products expected at the biggest technology trade fair have already started making the rounds.
Market leading tablet vendors such as Samsung, Google, ASUS, LG and Lenovo are said to be ready to showcase their latest devices at the CES 2014 event, scheduled to be held in Las Vegas from 7 to 10 January.
Although Google’s long rumoured new Nexus 10 was expected to be announced in November last year, there were reports then suggesting the tablet could be delayed until 2014.
Digitimes now claims that Google is expected to launch its new Nexus 10 at Las Vegas. Like the current version of the 10 in Nexus tablet, the upcoming model will also be manufactured by Samsung and not by LG as reported earlier.
Among other manufacturers, Asus is expected to showcase several new products powered by a dual-operating system design (Windows 8.1/Android). With the huge popularity of Yoga series tablets which reached one million sales after the first month of its release, Lenovo is now expected to launch its second generation Yoga series tablets at the CES.
There is no official word so far regarding Google’s announcement about its next-gen Nexus 10, which has been rumoured to sport a 10.055in display with resolution measuring 2560 x 1600 pixels, giving it a pixel density of 300 pixels per inch (ppi).
It is expected to have an eight megapixel rear-facing camera and 2.1 megapixel front camera. There will be a 9,500mAh battery inside the tablet. It will offer 32GB internal storage. Snapdragon 800 chip featuring a quad-core processor is said to be the power house for the device. The Snapdragon 800 chip also integrates Adreno 330 graphics unit and 3GB RAM. It will run Android 4.4 KitKat out of box and will be a NFC enabled device.
Source : Yahoo