Google To Launch 10.3″ Non-Tablet Device with Android Wear?

Strange devices showing up in benchmark results is not anything new. But the latest one sounds rather strange. A Google Nexus Foo device has been spotted on GFXBench that appears to be a 10.3″ non-tablet device running Android Wear OS. The device will have a 1.9GHz NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor, 16GB of storage, 2GB of RAM, front-facing camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and Android Wear. It does not have a rear-acing camera or sensors that Nexus tablets have.

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We are not quite sure what to make of these results. It is probably someone testing an early prototype. A 10.3″ non-tablet device with no decent sensors could technically be a dumb e-reader. But why would you put Android Wear on it? What’s your guess?

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