Google's Android event that was scheduled to go down tomorrow may have been canceled, but a new video has surfaced that might help to satiate the hunger that some may have for information on the company's upcoming products. A new clip has been posted by BriefMobile that shows the Samsung-made Nexus 10 tablet powered on and in the wild. The video is very brief, clocking in at just five seconds long, but can see the Nexus 10 being unlocked at the start followed by the Chrome browser being opened up before the clip abruptly ends.
While there's not really anything shown in this new video that we didn't see in the set of Nexus 10 photos that leaked out recently, the clip does serve to give us another well-lit look at the unannounced tablet. It was expected that Google would formally introduce the Nexus 10 at its October 29 event, but that shindig has since been canceled due to Hurricane Sandy. Google has promised that it will update us with more information on its plans as soon as it knows more. Until then, leaks like these will serve to keep Android fans occupied. What do you all think of the Nexus 10 so far?