Recently, it was believed that HTC is in the run to make the next generation nexus tablet, until today. The benchmarking website, GFXBench has an interesting addition to its latest database. The device goes by the name Google Nexus Foo has appeared on the popular benchmarking website.
According to the GFX Bench, the Google Nexus Foo will feature a 10.3-inch (1920 x 1080 pixels resolution) display, a 1.9 GHz Tegra 4 processor and 2GB of RAM. Although, it is notable that the screen present on this device is not the touch screen, which initiate the prime concern that the information posted regarding this device on GFXBench is probably false. So, we’re not sure that this is a tablet, let alone a real device.
Additionally, it has no rear-camera, but features a single (unspecified pixels) front-facing camera. And the device also poorly lacks in the sensors, there is an absence of accelerometer, barometer, gyroscope, lightsensor, proximity, compass, and GPS. The only connectivity options present on this device are Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. There is no SIM card slot present in this device, so 3G connection support is out of the picture.
The strangest thing about this device is that it is listed to be running Android KKWT, which is the Android Wear build number. And the device is also in support with the OpenGL ES 2.0, which is more linked with the Android Wear OS. To give you a basic understanding, the recent versions of Android (4.3 Jelly Bean or 4.4 KitKat) use OpenGL 3.0, and with Android L the OpenGL 3.1 is introduced. Basically, nothing about this device makes any reasonable sense. So, we advise you to take this rumor as a grain of salt.