Google unveils Nexus 7 tablet with HSPA+ connectivity and 32GB worth of storage
After weeks of rumors and leaks, the 32GB model of Google’s popular Nexus 7 tablet has been officially announced. Along with the increased storage, Google has also announced that the Nexus 7 will be available with HSPA+ connectivity.
The radio connected Nexus 7 tablet is unlocked, which means it will be capable of working with over 200 GSM wireless providers across the planet. Because the device is unlocked, users will be able to connect to the web by simply inserting any compatible and activated SIM card into the tablet.
The Google Nexus 7 tablet now comes in three different models. Starting with a 16GB WiFi-only model which retails for $199. If you need more storage, but do not want mobile connectivity, then you can chose the 32GB WiFi-only Nexus 7 which retails for $249. The HSPA+ Nexus 7 includes 32GB worth of storage by default and will retail for $299.
The new models will be available for purchase from the Google Play Store in the US, Canada, UK, Spain, Australia, France, Germany and Japan starting on the 13th of November. The WiFi-only models will also be available from Walmart, Staples, Gamestop, Office Depot and Office Max retail locations. All of the new Nexus 7 tablet variants will ship with Google’s Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system. For more information about the new Nexus 7 tablet, visit the official Google Blog.