If the latest tips, reports, and suggestions are correct, Google is getting ready to finally unveil the second generation Nexus 10 tablet. Shortages of the current Nexus 10 have been reported for some time now, and it has been observed by the folks over at /r/Android that the description of the tablet in Google Play is gone.
Edit: The 16GB model of the Nexus 10 has been sold out.
A spokesman for Google has told TechnoBlimp that the company “does not plan to restock the device once it sells out.”
Conflicting rumors concerning just about every facet of the purported 2nd gen. Nexus 10 has been steadily pushed to the masses. The image below from a Korean data base points at the Nexus 10 being produced by LG.
However the tweet below by Evleaks points at the tablet being produced by Asus.
Other news sources claim that lackluster sales of the device have pushed Google to release a smaller 9-inch tablet to replace the 10-inch Nexus tablet.
Regardless of the manufacturer rumors, analyst who anticipate a 2nd generation Nexus 10 expect the device to have a quiet launch on the Play Store on Cyber Monday. The tablet is expected to sport a Snapdragon 800 processor, a 2560-by-1600 pixel display, and Android 4.4.