At this point, there is no question if a Nexus 10 is real, the question now is when will we see it. Between yesterday’s leak of the “quick start guide” for the Nexus 10, to today’s photos, which come to us by way of Vic Gundotra, who’s Google’s SVP of Engineering. Gundotra appears to be on vacation somewhere, unless Google decide to slap a beach and ocean onto their Googleplex campus, and he snapped some shots to share with his Google+ followers. When the EXIF data was examined, it revealed that these shots were taken with the rumored Nexus 10 tablet.
The photo above isn’t terrible, considering the estimated camera lens is between 3.1 and 5-megapixels (depending on if the image was cropped when uploaded), but you can notice some image blur around the blue kayak’s, they tend to meld together. The trees also have a bit of graininess to them as well. The image below is a little better, but the water too has more graininess to it, the sky is nice, which features some rich blues. It’s not as good as the 5-megapixel camera on the iPad 3/4, but it could be the best camera we’ve seen on an Android tablet to date.
So will we see this device along side the Nexus 4 come Monday? It’s certainly a possibility, with image leaks abound and manuals already printed.