Much has been said and done about the Nexus 7 with LTE support in recent memory, and this time around, we have this Asus-manufactured tablet finally arrive in the Google Play Store across several other countries, where among them include Australia, Canada, Germany, Spain, France, UK, Japan and South Korea. In a nutshell, we are talking about three different large swathes of geographical locations that Google has made the Nexus 7 available, chiefly in Europe, Asia and the Oceania.
For folks who are wondering just how much the Nexus 7 with LTE will cost in the listed countries, perhaps it would be good to use the US price details as a benchmark. So far, folks living in the US will have to fork out $349 for the Nexus 7 with LTE that sports 32GB of internal memory, and that model will play nice with a range of mobile network operators Stateside, including AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon. If you are currently in the market for a tablet that runs on the Android mobile operating system, surely the Nexus 7 with LTE support would figure in your final shortlist. After all, its predecessor was definitely something that wowed the crowd, not to mention boasting of a relatively affordable price point then and now.
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