A new leak has seemingly further confirmed that a new version of the Google Nexus 10 tablet is on the horizon. And some are saying that it will be made by Asus - the same manufacturer behind the Nexus 7 - rather than Samsung this time around.
Once again, the source of the leak is @evleaks, who posted a picture of what looks to be an internal document on a screen - possibly from a retailer - with few details but hints that it's on its way. In addition, the leakmeister posted the enigmatic phrase "Getting closer..." on his Twitter feed.
Other than that, there's not much else to add.
Previous rumour has pointed at Asus taking over the manufacturing duties thanks to a leak that was alleged to have come from a PC World inventory screen. That also put its price at £349. But we don't know whether that was for the Wi-Fi-only edition, what storage size or even whether or not it was a fabrication.
If @evleaks is on the button with the latest leak though, it seems we won't have long to wait to find out more info on the 10-inch Android 4.3 tablet.
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