It's the only way to end a week like this I suppose: a nice quiet incidental Friday night leak of the Google Nexus 10. As in photos, specs, the lot.
The chaps over at BriefMobile seem to have got their hands on a Nexus 10 ahead of Monday's grand unveiling, and have shared their good fortune in full with the world.
We'll start with the all-important specifications: we're talking a dual-core 1.7GHz Samsung Exynos 5250 with a Mali-T604 GPU, a 10.1in Super AMOLED display running at 2560 x 1600, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of (non-expandable) internal storage, a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera with LED flash, plus NFC, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0. Oh, and Android 4.2.
Clearly the screen looks to be the real highlight, offering a 298.9ppi density on a panel running into double figures on the inch-count. Very nice indeed.
As for the visuals, well it does look better than the line-drawing offered up by the scan we saw yesterday of a page in the Nexus 10 manual, which is no surprise. Whether it actually looks good, well we'll leave that entirely up to you - BriefMobile has a good few pics for you to make your mind up over, at least.
A New iPad-beater? A new New iPad-beater? It has the credentials, but does it have the looks, the build quality, and of course what about the price? Potential tablet-buyers in the run-up to Christmas are going to have a lot to think about.