It does seem as though next Monday is going to shape up to be a very interesting day for Google watchers – especially when a slew of new devices are anticipated to be released to the masses then. For starters, we guess that the Nexus 10 tablet from Samsung is more or less a given (considering how a purported manual of the Nexus 10 has already leaked online), in addition to what could possibly be a 3G version of the Nexus 7 tablet.
Google’s upcoming 3G-enabled Nexus 7 tablet has already been listed on the FCC website since October 24th, which further lends credence to previous leaks that the Asus-manufactured ME370TG model will join the merry band of Nexus-branded devices, in particularly walking hand in hand with its WiFi-only cousin. After all, the vanilla Nexus 7 is known as the Asus ME370T, so to see the ME370TG model make an appearance, you do not need to be a genius to put two and two together.
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