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Posted by on Oct 30, 2012 in Tablets |

Nexus 7 is renewed with 32GB and 3G connectivity

Nexus 7 is renewed with 32GB and 3G connectivity

Google has just introduced its new family of Nexus devices, composed of the new smartphone Nexus 4 and the new 10-inch tablet Nexus 10 , along with a new version of the operating system Android 4.2 Jelly Bean . However, as many rumors had announced, had a surprise for its first tablet, the one presented earlier this year with 4.1. This has been a reality, as Google has updated its Nexus tablet 7 with more storage and more connectivity.

Nexus 7 is now available in three different models:

  • With storage capacity of 16 GB for $ 199.
  • With storage capacity of 32 GB for $ 249.
  • With storage capacity of 32 GB and 3G (HSPA +) for $ 299.

As we can see, the 8 GB of storage has been discontinued to make way for more capacity and thus bring more movies, videos and general files wherever you go, and best of all, it keeps the same price with the born the 8 GB version and 16 GB a few months ago.

In addition, one of the most critical received this 7-inch tablet is that, although I had a wonderful price, was limited to WiFi networks so all online services Google Play and synchronization with Google Drive or DropBox, for example, could only be exploited in some places have Wi-Fi. This is no longer true, as Google has released a version of with mobile connectivity through HSPA +, for just $ 299 in the version released with support for more than 200 operators worldwide.

Unlike Nexus Nexus 4 and 10, these new versions of Nexus 7 now available for sale on Google Play ,

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