Google entered the tablet market with a bang when it unveiled its own 7-inch slate, Nexus 7. The tablet was the result of a joint collaboration between Google and Asus. Ever since the launch, the tablet has become a significant player in the mini tablet arena.
Google is also expected to carry this success forth by launching successors to this tablet. However, for now, it may seem that the company has plans of launching more variants of the slate. Currently, Google offers Nexus 7 in 8GB and 16GB variants but a new Carphone Warehouse listing speaks of a 32GB Nexus 7 tablet (Wi-Fi only).
When Nexus 7 was launched, one of the chief problems cited by the users was that it didn’t pack a microSD slot, to extend the storage of the device. On this front, Google seemed to have followed in Apple’s footsteps.
So a 32GB model, if this listing turns out to be true, may be quite welcome by the users since 16GB is too little a storage space to suffice, even for a tablet. The listing in question also speaks about a ‘Samsung Nexus 2.’ We are not sure whether it refers to the current Samsung Nexus smartphone or a possible future release.
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