Let the games… end. No, seriously, bring them to an end, Google, and bring them soon, because the waiting is unbearable. It’s simply too much. The Nexus 5 and second-gen Nexus 10, rumored day in and day out for, what, a month, six months, a year now, have to become official sooner rather than later.
After all, the N5 has leaked in every shape and form known to mankind already, whereas the N10-2’s precursor has been discounted via eBay, then by Woot, and now it’s nowhere to be found on the Play Store.
We see what you’re doing, Big G, and we get it, only do it faster. For crying out loud, do… it… faster!
Now, for the sake of clarity, let’s mention last year’s N10 is listed as “out of inventory” in Google Play only as far as the 16 GB variation goes, with the 32 GB model still very much up for grabs. Translation: the 16 GB Nexus 10 is gone for good and the version packing double the storage is nearing its end of life status as well. Why else would everyone slash its price left and right?
That’s mere speculation though, as I wouldn’t rule out Google keeping the 2012 N10 around once its follow-up will go for sale. It’s a long shot, I know, but it’d certainly make sense if the rumors are right and the next 10-incher from G is co-manufactured by Asus, not Samsung.
Right, so you all know the drill. Keep your eyes peeled, an ear to the ground, expect the best and prepare for the worst.
<Source: Phone Arena>