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Nexus 7 LTE

Nexus 7 LTE release and sale confirmed

Many Nexus users around the globe and specially residents of the US are waiting to get a glimpse of the Nexus 7. The latest information that we could dig out is that the Nexus 7 LTE release date is decided given that O2 in the UK will begin taking pre-orders for the device starting tomorrow ahead of a 13th September 2013 release date and given that the device is already being sold through a retailer in Germany. We are trying to get more information on the same and we will keep you updated for the same very soon.

Nexus 7 LTE
Nexus 7 LTE

Earlier in July 2013 , Google had introduced the new Nexus 7 which was a device that replaced the older Nexus 7 with a handful of upgrades and features including an improved 7-inch Display Screen , improved lightweight design, a 5MP Primary Camera and 4G LTE unmatched data speeds.

In the past ,  we have heard that the Nexus 7 LTE would be coming to Japan and Italy in September 2013 though no specific date was stated. In the US , a host of retailers currently carry the Nexus 7 ( Wi-Fi only ) and it is  possible that the source could see at least a few of those join the Google Play Store.

Please Note : The Google Nexus 7 LTE functions perfectly on AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile which smartly makes it the first Nexus device since the Samsung Galaxy Nexus to officially run on Verizon’s 4G LTE network.

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