We may be a little late to post this story, but that’s because we wanted to wait it out and see if any one could disprove is credibility. If you haven’t seen this “leak” posted else where, a Quick Start Manual for the rumored Google Nexus 10—built by Samsung—found its way online via a Korean website, Seeko, who snapped a shot of the cover and an inside spread showing off the tablets design and ports.
Some critics have barked “fake” because some don’t believe that Google would let Samsung place a “charging port” on the bottom and a MicroUSB port on the side. However, that port on the bottom may not be a proprietary port like that found on the Galaxy Tab, it may be a port for a dock of some type.
If you ask me, this guide looks pretty authentic, as for the design of the Nexus 10 shown in it… I’m not feeling it. Judging from the drawing it looks like a children’s tablet. Granted, it’s a drawing I know, but the bezels look huge and the just from this sketch, I get the feeling were in for more “plastic” from Samsung. Deep down, I get the feeling that this Nexus 10 is Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 2 successor that was rumored at the beginning of the year, rather than a Nexus 10 built from the ground up.
Source: The Verge