The 32GB LTE version of the new Nexus 7 is now available in Canada, the UK, Australia, Germany, Spain, France, Japan and Korea. The device is available in the USA since September 9th, so it was about time other countries had access to it. Prices will vary, but we have information that users from UK can purchase it for £299. The price for US users is $349, and you can get a $100 AT&T bill credit if you sign a two-year contract with AT&T. Other countries like Belgium, Denmark, Portugal or India are still waiting to see the device. Unfortunately, there’s no word yet on that.
However, our source states that, despite the fact that Google hasn’t officially announced it yet, the Nexus 7 is also available in Italy, starting September 17. UK’s O2 states on their site that the 4G version is exclusively available to them. If becoming a Nexus 7 LTE owner, you’ll get full HD visual experience, dual camera – 1.2 megapixel in front and 5 megapixel at the back. According to the same site, 4G will be available for tablets by the end of 2013. The tablet is great for active people as it is so easy to carry, weighting just 299g.
The new nexus 7 also has a soft matte back which makes it easy to hold with just one hand. Its 7 inch screen contains over 2.3 million pixels, being the sharpest display out there so far. The device comes with dual-stereo speakers, for excellent audio experiences. The OS it carries is Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. Any negative thoughts? Didn’t think so. The Nexus 7 seems to be the perfect tablet to have. Of course you can test it in stores and not take my word on it. Just come back with conclusions if you do so.