Samsung's 2012 Google Nexus 10 stocks have reportedly run out in the official Google Play store, breathing life back in to the rumoured second generation Nexus tablet, which was supposed to be launched in late 2013.

Technology blog, Android Authority has reported that the last few remaining 32GB variant of the Google Nexus 10 units have been sold out in the Google Play store, and claims that the inventory is unlikely to be re-stocked as the company stopped selling the 16GB models since they dried up in late October 2013, hinting that the launch of Nexus 10 successor debut is just around the corner.

Adding fuel to fire, popular twitter sensation, @evleaks published the alleged snapshot of the Google Nexus 10 2 along with its specifications. According to this tweet, Google Nexus 10 2 would sport 10.0-inch WQXGA (2560x1600p) display, Samsung's Exynos 5 CPU with 3GB RAM, 16GB/32GB memory, 5.0-megapixel main camera, 3.0-megapixel front camera and run on the yet to announced Android v4.5 OS.

However, the post was soon taken down by evleaks citing that the leaked features given by his source were rendered fake.

"Pulled the 'Nexus 10' tweet. Was sent to multiple publications, along with slightly differing 'corroborating evidence.' Signs of a hoax." @evleaks tweeted.

As of now, there is no credible evidence to suggest the existence of the Samsung's second generation Google Nexus 10, and the only option left for Nexus fans is to wait for the official announcement from the company.