32GB Nexus 7 appears on Carphone Warehouse Spain, costs €279

by: Chris SmithOctober 11, 2012

Yes, we have yet another 32GB Nexus 7 leak for you today, so in case you plan to buy the 16GB version these days, just hang back and wait for Google to officially list the bigger Nexus 7 model.

The launch is definitely close, and we wouldn’t be surprised to see the 32GB Nexus 7 get official around the same time the new iPad mini gets launched.

Meanwhile, European Android fans can check out the Phone House online store in Spain (which happens to be a Carphone Warehouse subsidiary) that lists the new Nexus tablet version. Unfortunately the device can’t be purchased just yet, but you can register to receive more information.

While release dates are not available at this time, the price for 32GB Nexus 7 does have a price, €279, roughly $360. Comparatively, the 16GB Nexus 7 is available in Spain for €249, or around $322. Except for the increased storage, nothing is changed apparently, and before you ask, no, this 32GB Nexus 7 doesn’t seem to come with cellular support.

Are you buying the tablet first chance you get? How much are you willing to pay for a Nexus tablet that offers an additional 16GB of storage?

  • Ivan Vargas

    guess i’ll hold onto my money as long as i can

  • Kassim

    Aah, the ‘flash tax’…

    If that price is accurate and it works out at £225 as a direct conversion,…£65 for a 32GB flash chip is Apple-esque sort of thinking.

    It would’ve been fairer if you had just charged £199 for the 8Gb version, £209 for the 16GB from the beginning and then bring this out at this price.

    But to cement your place amongst the well-trodden ranks of mediocre, shamelessly, profit-chasing manufacturers in flash-rhaping consumers is very contemporary of you.

    Congrats, Asus/Google.

    On the (very likely) chance this info is inaccurate? I will gladly eat my size 10s, with a dash doggy droppings to boot…