The LTE-ready Nexus 7 can now be bought straight from Google Play, and you’ll also get an AT&T SIM package along with it. Also, if you decide to sign a two-year contract, you’ll get a $100 AT&T bill credit. However, be sure you think it over until you sign the agreement, as for $100 you’ll be obligated to pay a monthly sum for 24 months. The 7″ tablet is said to be thinner, faster and lighter than the previous version. It’s a nice device to have and, thanks to the quality of the display, it allows you to read, watch videos and photos in HQ.
According to our source, the price is of $349, the same as the T-Mobile SIM equipped model. The Nexus 7 comes with a scratch resistant Corning glass, a 5MP primary camera and a 1.2MP rear-facing one. You’ll also get a 3950 mAh battery, Stereo speakers, WiFi, NFC and Bluetooth. The device runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro, 1.5GHz Adreno 320, 400MHz processor. It comes in two versions, of 16GB and 32GB, the AT&T offer being available for the second one, the LTE version. Both versions have 2GB of RAM. The device runs Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and was released on July 31st.
The Nexus 7 became available on Canada Play Store on August 14th. Its features became available on August 31st, making us craving for the device to be released. And the LTE version is, in my opinion, the most wanted. So the AT&T offer will definitely have great success. So think about the way you want to purchase such a device (two-year agreement or off-contract) and go for it. You never know when you might read about the fact that it’s out of stock (we have experience with that regarding Nexus devices – remember the Nexus 4).