One of the more persistent rumors regarding Google's Android event next week is the existence of a 10-inch tablet from Samsung. Its rumored name is the Nexus 10 and will give the new retina display-equipped iPad a run for its money. The name might not be a rumor anymore thanks to a leak.
Korean site Seeko recently published two images of what appears to be the user manual for the Nexus 10. The pictures only show the front of the manual and two pages from the inside, but it's enough to see that Samsung is indeed making what looks to be a 10-inch tablet from Google.
It's important to note that these images can't be verified. This is still all a rumor at this point as Google has not many any announcements in regards to a new tablet. With that being said, the manual does look legitimate enough.
It's a little unfortunate that the latest leak can't confirm the latest rumors on the device's specs. It's rumored to have a massive 2560x1600 display. The device is also rumored to be running the next generation of Android - version 4.2.
The pictures in the manual make it look like the Nexus 10 will be a Galaxy Tab in Google makeup. It remains to be seen if the innards of the device will be comparable to the Galaxy Tab though. The massive screen resolution suggests that the specs will be similar, if not superior, to that of the Galaxy Tab 2.[h/t: The Verge]