We have talked just a few days ago about Galaxy Nexus 7 owners who had to wait for Android KitKat before connecting to Verizon’s LTE network. But now the waiting is over and the LTE version of the Nexus 7 2013 is finally ready to reach to Verizon’s network as well. As we have previously told you, this will happen on February 13th and for all those interested on buying the new product, we have prepared just what you might be looking for with Verizon’s Nexus 7 LTE right around the corner – its official pricing details.
As a refresher, Verizon Nexus 7 LTE comes equipped with both 5MP and 1.2MP front- and rear-facing shooters, a 7-inch display with a maximum resolution of 1920×1200 pixels, as well as a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 quad-core processor paired with 2GB of RAM and an internal memory of 32 GB.
Besides all these, the device has successfully passed several durability tests after being dunked underwater or dropped. And we must admit that one of its water tests has managed to impress us as long as after being submerged, even the tablet’s audio continued to work properly.
Official pricing details
So, what do you feel about paying a price of $349.99 for the 32GB LTE version? Is it what you were expecting at? If not, you can choose the secondary option of signing a two-year contract and the price changes to no more than $249.99.
As for the already existing owners of this tablet, we have even better news for them, as Verizon has just revealed on its official website. They have the possibility to download the latest Android KitaKat software update and activate their Nexus 7 2013 handset.
Moreover, as our souce has stated too, if you buy it from Verizon or if you already own it, the carrier lets you to add the Samsung Galaxy Nexus 7 tablet to their latest Share Everything plan starting at $10 a month.