October 29, 2012 12:54pm
The Google Nexus 7 tablet has been given a boost today, now offering up 3G connectivity. First, the 8GB version of the Nexus 7 has been retired. Google notes on their site that the “Nexus 7 (8GB) is no longer available for sale.” Reason being is that they’re focussing in on the 16GB version and the new 32GB version with Wi-Fi and HSPA+. The 16GB version gets price dropped to $209 (CDN).
Google revealed today that us Canadians will be on the list of countries to grab the 32GB Android Jelly Bean tablet first. The 32GB Nexus 7 Wi-Fi only is now available, plus gets priced at$259 (CDN). If you order this through Google Play it should arrive at your door within “3-5 business days.” The 3G model will be launching on November 13th (same as the Nexus 4) for $309 (CDN), unlocked.
Source: Google Play