We have previously seen a case where Google has accidentally shipped a 32GB Nexus 7 to a customer in Japan. From that we can come to a conclusion that Nexus 7 is real and now according to Android Police, the same model is also available in the United States at Staples.
Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) is going to announce this 32GB model of its flagship tablet device at the October 29th event in New York. Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) might also announce Android 4.2 which will aimed mainly for bug fixes, a new bigger Nexus tablet and the new Nexus phone which is rumored to be manufacture by LG and Sony.
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The pricing of the Nexus 7 32GB model is the same $249.00 as the 16GB variant. So it is also possible that Google might phase out the 8GB model and the user can select one from 16GB or 32GB model.
This model has 28GB of available space and runs on Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean. There’s also a possibility that those who buy this mode won’t get the $25 Google Play credit.
If you cannot wait to get your hands on this model, then you might try calling your local Staples to find out if they have this model in stock.
With this report, now it’s confirmed and we can say that Nexus 7 32GB is the real deal and not just a rumor. Strangely, Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) has failed to keep this model a secret.
At ValueWalk, we will be covering about the details of this October 29 Android event. Keep visiting to stay updated.