Posted by Daniel van D. 1 year ago

Samsung’s Nexus 10 is now available in Japan


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Google has just launched the Samsung Nexus 10 in Japan. The Nexus 10 was originally launched on 13th of November 2012 in rest of the countries. The Nexus 10 is currently only being sold at Google’s Play Store, the 16GB model is priced at ¥36,800 (around $400) and the 32GB model is priced at ¥44,800 (around $480).

The Google Nexus 10 packs a Dual-Core Exynos 5250 CPU clocked at 1.7GHz, a Quad-Core Mali-T604 GPU and 2GB of RAM. Google Nexus 10′s biggest selling point is it’s stunning Display with its Ultra High-Resolution of 2560×1600, giving it an aspect ratio of 16:9 which is ideal for watching movies, surfing the internet and reading books. The Samsung Nexus 10 comes pre-installed with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and as it’s a Nexus device it will be among the first ones to receive frequent Android updates.

Universal Play Store links (Will take you to your country’s Play Store)
- Nexus 10 (16GB Model) on Google Play
- Nexus 10 (32GB Model) on Google Play

(Source: Google Play Store – Via: AndroidCentral)

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2 comments on “Samsung’s Nexus 10 is now available in Japan

  1. My1 1 year ago said:

    why is it so f*ing cheap there (about 356€ for the 32GB) and 499€ in Germany…

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  2. ckvirya 1 year ago said:

    I live in Japan … and I saw it on Google Plays Store several months ago!

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