Screenshots displaying Android 4.2, JellyBean on the upcoming Samsung Nexus 10 tablet have been leaked this week.
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YouMobile.org is reporting that the Android 4.2 name will actually be JellyBean and not the long rumored Key Lime Pie and will debut on the Samsung Nexus 10 tablet.
The new Samsung device was scheduled to be unveiled today, however the media event was pushed back due to Hurricane Sandy which is approaching the New York City area.
The Nexus 10 user guide was leaked onto the internet last week and revealed some details about the device including it having the "Samsung" logo on the back.
The tablet is expected to feature a 10-inch screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1600, which will allow for a 300 ppi pixel density that would be higher quality than Apple's retina display featured on the iPad.
It will also be the first tablet to run Android 4.2 and will support multiple user accounts, which will allow separate users to use one tablet with their own apps, themes and settings.
The Android 4.2 release date was confirmed by LG to be taking place on Oct. 29 at this same event.
Amit Gujral, LG's head of Mobile Product Planning, announced this information at the Optimus Vu launch event during an interview with IBNLive.
"Google will unveil the LG Nexus on October 29 and the phone will be available in the Indian markets by the end of November," he said.
He also revealed some of the featured specifications on the upcoming LG Nexus phone that includes a 4.7-inch display, Android 4.2, and a 1.5GHz processor.
The smartphone is also expected to come with 2GB RAM, a 1280 x 768 IPS display, an 8-megapixel camera, and a non-removable battery. It will also be available in two memory capacities, including a 8GB and 16GB version and it will not have a microSD slot.