The Nexus 7 has been a very successful venture for Google as well as for Asus. The collaboration between Google and Asus worked very well, because of the low price tag, powerful specs, and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. In fact, this device is the first to implement Android 4.1 OS.
For quite some time, we have been getting rumors that Google has been working on 32GB model of Nexus 7. This model would be perfect for those who think that 8GB and 16GB configurations are too small for them, and they may run out of space soon.
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Recently, a 32GB model of Nexus 7 has made an appearance in Japan. Google is yet to confirm such a model, but there are strong chances that we will see this model soon.
It is said that “To err is human”, and it seems that Google too has made a mistake. A customer have ordered a 16GB version of the Nexus 7, but surprisingly he got the 32GB model. Surely he is lucky to be the first to try his hands on this new tablet.
The above screenshot shows 27.58GB of storage space, which means that this is a real 32GB model, that has accidentally leaked. This is no rumor or dummy image.
This is a clear indication that Google is soon going to release this higher storage capacity model. It may launch this fall and could be priced around $299. Currently, the 8GB model costs $199 and the 16GB model costs $249.
The lack of a microSD card has left many to search other options, because of the limited storage space. But now that we know that a 32GB model is a real deal, there’s nothing wrong with waiting for this model.