Google has quietly released the LTE version of the Nexus 7 (2013) tablet, which can be ordered on Google Play.
The company has finally listed as “in stock” the LTE new Nexus 7, which will offer users cellular connectivity in addition to all the features available on the Wi-Fi version of the tablet.
We’re looking at a 32GB model that comes with a T-Mobile SIM – although the device is factory unlocked and can be used with other SIMs as well – and retails for $349. The tablet will be shipped to your door in 1-2 business days.
In addition to the LTE version of the tablet, Google also sells two Wi-Fi models, that come in 16GB ($229) and 32GB ($269) capacities – we have already reviewed the Wi-Fi version for you (video below).
Some European buyers can already purchase the tablet, while UK customers will get it on September 13 from certain retailers – although we expect it to be available from local Google Play Stores as well.
Are you buying the LTE version of the Nexus 7 (2013)?