Nexus 7 with mobile data from Google Play? Well, too bad for you, because its already completely sold out on Google's own retail site. The 16GB and 32GB Wi-Fi version of the tablet are still in stock, but it seems as if people really want to get mobile data on their mid-sized devices, and thus, are buying them up quickly. At least it lasted longer than the Nexus 4, which sold out in minutes and the 10-inch Nexus tablet.
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FCC. A new listing on the FCC website clears a new 3G version of the Nexus 7 tablet. We are assuming that this is in preparation for Google to officially show off the 3G version of its popular tablet at its upcoming event.
iPad Mini reveal. When Apple announced the new bite-sized iPad, it did so by comparing the iPad Mini to the immensely popular Google Nexus 7. Right off the bat, we can tell that Apple perceives the Nexus 7 as the biggest competitor to the iPad Mini, and anyone who owns a Nexus 7 knows that there's good reason for that.
announce their new iPad Mini next week, then release it in the following days. The battle is really going to heat up in the tablet wars once this happens, but Google doesn't need to worry. With the info leaked all week on the Nexus 7's imminent future, even with a 3G capable iPad Mini on Apple's side, Google will have all their bases covered for this holiday season.
iPad Mini. Today Apple sent out invites for an October 23rd reveal of the all new iPad Mini -- or at least that's what all the rumors and leaks have us believing. Will this 7.85-inch smaller iPad pose a threat to Google's Nexus 7? Read on to find out.
Nexus 7 is an actual thing. For those who remain unconvinced, however, we have a new bit of evidence to share with you thanks to folks Galaxus (via Android Police). The 32GB Nexus 7 is being advertised on Phone House's website today, and though the ad doesn't give away too many details, there are few key points we should be paying attention to.
Google Nexus 7 tablet, and we have to admit that such talk has us quite excited. Just yesterday, one lucky Japanese customer was sent a 32GB Nexus 7 instead of the 16GB variant he actually ordered, which more or less confirms that Google has this new model hiding up its sleeve. However, the arrival of the 32GB Nexus 7 may mean that the 16GB version is going bye-bye, at least according to a new image sent to Phandroid by an industry insider.
Nexus 7 camping commercial on your home televisions but this latest move by Google is even bigger. The search giants homepage is the starting point for millions and millions of people daily, and now is being graced with the Nexus 7 front and center.