Google Nexus 7 upgraded with 32GB storage, HSPA+ mobile version also comes up
Google Nexus 7 tablet was goes out of stock from the Play Store in several regions recently and now along with launching Nexus 4 and Nexus 10, the search giant updates the Nexus 7 tablet with 32GB storage option. Google also announces the Nexus 7 with HSPA+ mobile support, which means users can now use their GSM network connections in the Nexus 7 tablets as well.
There is no difference in the specifications of the Nexus 7 HSPA+ version but the manufacturer, Asus just added a GSM radio in the tablet.
Watch the official promo of new Nexus devices by Google:
The 32GB HSPA+ enabled Google Nexus 7 will be available for the price-tag of $299 (Rs.16K approx.) and the WiFi version will be available for $249 (13.4K approx.). The 16GB version also faces a price-drop to $199 (Rs.10.8K approx.) and the first one, 8GB version goes out of the stock forever. Availability is not yet announced by the officials but we expect, Nexus 7 will be available to Play Store from 13th of November and the 7-inch tablet will hit the world-wide retail stores by the end of November.
Source:Google Official Blog