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Oh does it? I assumed the tablet's display shut off. That would be an intensive task, then.

The Exynos 5 dual core is powerful enough to run 1600p and 1080p at the same time.
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The Exynos 5 dual core is powerful enough to run 1600p and 1080p at the same time.
The processor would be more than fine, but the GPU wouldn't.
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The processor would be more than fine, but the GPU wouldn't.

Again you are very wrong. I just played timescapes via hdmi to my tv with HW decoding on. You seem to pretend to know a lot about the nexus 10 and yet everything you have claimed has been wrong. Please do us all a favor and stop reading old reviews about the Nexus 10 and posting information that will mislead other people looking for accurate information about the N10.
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Again you are very wrong. I just played timescapes via hdmi to my tv with HW decoding on. You seem to pretend to know a lot about the nexus 10 and yet everything you have claimed has been wrong. Please do us all a favor and stop reading old reviews about the Nexus 10 and posting information that will mislead other people looking for accurate information about the N10.
I'm not pretending. You've just misunderstood -- I'm talking about games, not movies. The latter will work just fine, but for intensive games it may get a bit laggy. It's a lot of work to power a 1600p display and a 1080p display. Nevertheless wouldn't it render at 1600p and then downscale it to fit on the 1080p TV rather than rendering it on both?
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might as well wait for Tegra 4 at this point thumb.gif
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might as well wait for Tegra 4 at this point thumb.gif

Nexus 5 anyone? 5 inch 1080p screen with tegra 4 is what I would love to see or maybe a little octocore action... haha
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Nexus 5 anyone? 5 inch 1080p screen with tegra 4 is what I would love to see or maybe a little octocore action... haha

The Nexus 5 is certainly the most hyped up tablet right now.
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The Nexus 5 is certainly the most hyped up tablet right now.
I thought the Nexus 5 is the smartphone?
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Why would anyone buy a 5 in tablet? Android phones are almost the same size. I could only see this being popular with flip phone users who probably don't care about tablets anyway.
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yeah if they make a 5 inch nexus device it will most certainly be a smartphone and not a tablet. With the Motorola X coming out soon the nexus 5 will probably follow in December if they keep the nexus line alive for phones.
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