The Nexus leaks continue! Hot on the heels of the appearance of an LG Nexus 4 product page, images of a quick start guide for a Samsung-made Nexus 10 have made their way online courtesy of Korean site Seeko. The photos show the name "Nexus 10" on the cover of the guide, and inside it are basic images of a tablet with both Samsung and Nexus branding. The outlines show that the Nexus 10 has a camera and notification LED on its face and a second camera with a flash on its rear. On the left side is a 3.5mm headphone jack and microUSB port, and over on the right side is a microHDMI port, and speakers are on either side of the display. The power/lock button looks to be on the top of the device along with a volume key.
The Nexus 10 name popped up on our radar last week when it appeared in the EXIF data of a photo posted to Picasa. More recently, a report claimed that the Nexus 10 will be introduced at Google's October 29 event and will feature a 2560x1600 screen resolution with Android 4.2. This purported manual doesn't confirm or debunk any of those details, but it does give us a peek at what the (basic) design of the Nexus 10 will be like, which appears to be similar to the Galaxy Note 10.1 with the speakers on its face and a panel around the rear camera. While none of this is official until Google makes it so, the company's Android event (we'll be there!) is just a few days away, so it may not be long before we get to see the Nexus 10 in real life. Are you interested in a 10-inch Nexus tablet from Google and Samsung?