Google has announced a series of updates to their Nexus 7 lineup to coincide with the launch of the LG Nexus 4 and Samsung Nexus 10. The biggest addition is the introduction of a mobile data-enabled version of the slate with 32GB of internal storage. The HSPA+ Nexus 7, which is compatible with over 200 service providers worldwide (including AT&T in the US) will launch on November 13th and will retail unlocked for $299.
Additionally, Google has announced a WiFi-only 32GB version of the Nexus 7, which will replace the 16GB model at the $249 price point. The 16GB model will see a price cut to $199, taking over for the 8GB model. As has been seen on numerous retailer websites, the new WiFi models should be available as of today.
To join the discussion on the latest updates to the Nexus 7 line, head on over to the Nexus 7 section of our very own Android Forums. For more info on Google’s latest tablets, including the Nexus 10, as well as the newly launched Nexus 4, head on over to Google’s official announcement post.
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