Phonearena reports that Google's 16GB Nexus 10 tablet's listing page on the Play Store showed it as not available, with a suggestion for users to 'please check back soon'. However, the report confirms that the original Nexus 10 tablet 32GB model is still available at the Play Store.
The news comes amidst new leaks surfacing on the Internet related to the rumoured Nexus 10 tablet sequel. A purported press render of the alleged Nexus 10 tablet successor was leaked on Thursday.
The leaked render of the alleged Nexus 10 successor tablet revealed a completely redesigned tablet, sporting a 10-inch display. The render showed the front panel of the tablet, and it seemed not to house any physical buttons. There were the usual three onscreen keys for back, home and recent apps below the screen. The homescreen also showed app icons for Chrome, YouTube, Google Maps, Gmail, message and camera.
In addition, the leaked image of next-generation Nexus 10 tablet suggested the presence of a front-facing camera. Unfortunately, the leaked render did not reveal the rear panel of the tablet, and did not also shed much light on the specifications related to the rumoured Nexus 10 tablet successor.
The first Nexus 10 tablet was manufactured by Samsung in collaboration with Google, however Asus has been rumoured to be the official manufacturer of the next Nexus 10 tablet. Recently, an image claiming to reveal the Asus Nexus 10 tablet's product page was leaked, thanks to serial tipster, @evleaks.
Prior to this, the first unverified details of the expected Nexus 10 tablet refresh had hit the Internet. The leak revealed an inventory listing on PC World's that included a product dubbed 'Asus Google Nexus 10,' and also suggested the retail price to be 349.99 UK Pounds.