Google's Nexus 8 tablet allegedly leaks along with specs

The first images and alleged hardware specifications of Google's upcoming Nexus 8 tablet have leaked thanks to a Chinese website.

The Nexus 8 has managed to stay in the news for the better part of the year. However, most of the rumors and reports have focused on the tablet being in development stages and there hasn't been concrete evidence of its existence so far. Now, a Chinese website known as MyDrivers has released a couple of blurry images of a tablet, which they insist is the Nexus 8, marking the tablet's first appearance.

In addition to the images, MyDrivers has also posted a partial list of hardware specifications, that are expected to be a part of the Nexus 8 tablet, which include a 64-bit Qualcomm processor of unknown variety and 3GB of RAM. Although, the manufacturing partner of the device is currently unknown, it could be among ASUS, LG or HTC according to rumors.

The launch of the Nexus 8 is speculated to take place during Google I/O on June 24, alongside Android 4.5, which may debut on this tablet.

Source: MyDrivers (Chinese) via BGR | Image via MyDrivers

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FYI - Its not mentioned here but the device is in a protective/camouflage casing. The bezels aren't that big (if this is even a real device). Similar to the iPhone 4 being in fake case when it was leaked.

I feel like they just took an picture of a nexus 7 with a really crappy camera and made up a few specs and posted it on the internet.

MightyJordan said,
Jeez, that's a big bezel. I thought it was in a case at first.

How many times must we tell OEM's to shrink their damn bezels :(

simplezz said,

How many times must we tell OEM's to shrink their damn bezels :(

I like bezels especially without capacitive buttons, give you some room to actually hold devices without having your thumbs hit something accidentally.

anothercookie said,
I like bezels especially without capacitive buttons, give you some room to actually hold devices without having your thumbs hit something accidentally.

Yes, but those are really big bezels. Excessive size and not needed. Cut them at least in half and still plenty of room to hold the device.

MightyJordan said,
Jeez, that's a big bezel. I thought it was in a case at first.

Or thry haven't decided on a case design and this is the hardware mashed together so they can code for hardware first wout giving away design. If not maybe they are innovating the bezels w a cool menu or something