Google doesn’t extend its partnership with ASUS for the development of the larger Nexus 10 tablet. The design of the upcoming Nexus 10 seems to borrow some elements from the Galaxy Tab 10.1 2. The Nexus 10 is slightly lighter than the iPad 4 at just 603 grams, while Apple’s new iPad model weighs in at 652 grams.
The Nexus 10 offers an impressive pixel count of 300 ppi on its 10.1” 2560 x 1600 display. On the other hand, the iPad 4’s 9.7” 2046 x 1536 IPS display delivers only 264 ppi. Nevertheless, iPad 4’s would remain relatively smudge-free with its fingerprint-resistant coating. Users of Nexus 10 will be able to easily capture 1080p HD videos from the 5Mp camera and 720p HD videos from the 1.9Mp front-facing snapper. iPad 4’s 5Mp camera seems to have better quality with its f/2.4 aperture size and backside illumination, allowing better results in low-lit areas.
A 1.3GHz A6X dual-core processor lurks inside the iPad 4, which offers twice the performance level of the iPad 3. The Nexus 10 could be noticeably slower with ARM Cortex A15 dual core processor and Mali T604 quad-core GPU.