Google revealed that their impressive new Nexus 7 tablet would come in a 4G LTE model with 32GB of storage for only $349 many were excited, and have been desperately waiting for a release date. Currently a WiFi only model is available, but now we're hearing the LTE flavored slate will hit Japan in a few weeks, slated to arrive in mid September.
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Google has released factory images containing Android 4.3 Jelly Bean for a number of Nexus devices.
Nexus 7 users had been complaining about issues dealing with multitouch. The issues were believed to have been caused by a software update, however in a bit of good news -- another update has come available for the tablet. Those sporting a Nexus 7 with multitouch issues should be on the lookout for software update JSS15Q.
Google announced the brand new and much improved Nexus 7 last month many were excited to see a 4G LTE capable model would be coming soon for only $349. The WiFi tablet is readily available already in multiple regions although Google hasn't said a word regarding the LTE edition. However one lucky user in China got exactly that while ordering the regular model.
Nexus 7 by ASUS and Google has only been available for a couple of weeks, and now those in Canada can finally get their hands on one themselves. It looks like the new Nexi has finally arrived from multiple retailers and outlets in Canada, and is also readily available right from Google on the Play Store.
Nexus 7, though it will also work equally well with the earlier model. The case is your basic sleeve style with an "asymmetrical zipper for quick and easy access."
Nexus 7 users had been complaining about issues with the GPS and now it looks like multitouch has been added to that list. Similar to the GPS complaints, it looks like those users complaining from issues with multitouch are telling the same story. Basically, reports are citing issues with pinch to zoom in apps like Maps and the keyboard registering double taps on letters.
Nexus 7. The files are available by way of the Google Developers page and are listed as being for the 2013 Nexus 7 under the codename of "razor." As one would have expected, the factory image file is labeled as being Android 4.3 with JSS15J. This file clocks in at 340MB in size.