One of the most exciting features of the Nexus 10 is its extended battery life, as it allows for over nine hours of continuous video playback. It will also come with a new version of the Android operating system, called “Jelly Bean.”
The Nexus 10 is set to come out on November 13 in most major markets (just in time for Christmas), and it will be priced at approximately $409. But Google isn’t abandoning the Nexus 7 just because the Nexus 10 is out now. Rather, the older model tablet is getting an upgrade in the storage department, from 8 GB to 16 GB with a 32 GB version also available.
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