Google, Samsung to develop high-end 10-inch Nexus tablet

Shawn Knight

Posts: 12,203   +120
Staff member
Google is rumored to be working on a 10-inch Nexus tablet that could seriously challenge Apple's dominance with the iPad at that size. The slate will be co-developed and co-branded with Cupertino rival Samsung and is expected to carry a...

[newwindow="https://www.techspot.com/news/50439-google-samsung-to-develop-high-end-10-inch-nexus-tablet-.html"]Read more[/newwindow]
 
G

Guest

We're stuck with 1080p in monitor and tv front. and a tablet gettin 2,560 x 1,600?
it's a joke, ain't it ?
 

princeton

Posts: 1,674   +1
Samsung has already demonstrated what will likely be the display, and blogs are taking 2560x1600 at face value which is worrying.

http://www.nouvoyance.com/news-051311.html

If it's the same panel, it's an RGBW screen. Which means it has the full luma resolution of a typical RGB display at that resolution, but half the chroma resolution. So if you prefer not to have grainy pictures when viewing anything but black and white, you'll want to steer clear of it if it's an RGBW display.
 

ghasmanjr

Posts: 363   +86
We're stuck with 1080p in monitor and tv front. and a tablet gettin 2,560 x 1,600?
it's a joke, ain't it ?
I have a 1920x1200 resolution monitor and I've been looking at those 1440 resolution monitors. I believe you just aren't looking hard enough.
 

ReederOnTheRun

Posts: 301   +62
Samsung has already demonstrated what will likely be the display, and blogs are taking 2560x1600 at face value which is worrying.

http://www.nouvoyance.com/news-051311.html

If it's the same panel, it's an RGBW screen. Which means it has the full luma resolution of a typical RGB display at that resolution, but half the chroma resolution. So if you prefer not to have grainy pictures when viewing anything but black and white, you'll want to steer clear of it if it's an RGBW display.
Hmmm, I'll have to look into that. Knowing Google and Samsung though, I doubt they'd make something that flawed.