Benchmark tests often reveal details about unreleased devices, but at the same time, they can be manipulated to show such “leaked” details about unreleased devices. A rather strange Google Nexus Foo device has been spotted on benchmark site GFXBench, Phone Arena reports, revealing what appears to be a 10.3-inch non-tablet device that’s apparently running a version of Android Wear OS.
According to the information available on the site, the Nexus Foo’s display will have a 1920 x 1080 resolution, and the Nexus Foo (laptop?) will pack a 1.9GHz NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor 16GB of storage, 2GB of RAM, front-facing camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and Android KKWT (or Android Wear).
The device apparently comes with OpenGL ES 2.0 support rather than OpenGL 3.0, which is what’s expected from tablets running at least Android 4.3 – Android L will support OpenGL 3.1.
The device does not have a rear-facing camera, or various sensors that are usually found on tablets, including an accelerometer, GPS, compass, gyroscope, light sensor, NFC or proximity sensor.
However, a 10.3-inch Nexus Foo device has not appeared in any other Google-related rumors so far, aside from this GFXBench sighting.
An image showing the GFXBench listing for the Google Nexus Foo follows below.
This article was originally published on BGR.com