by Robert Nelson, 7 months ago
We have already seen a few unconfirmed reports about a 32GB Nexus 7 tablet. Up until now the reports have been believable enough, of course we should point out that nothing has come directly from…
Evidence pointing to a 32GB variant of Google Nexus 7 tablet is in the works is piling up. But in case you need more solid proof that the Jelly Bean tablet will receive a bumped up storage, though minus the extra cost, we got that covered.
The latest evidence comes from Dutch retailer MyCom. As reported by Androidworld.nl, customers who ordered the 16GB model of the tablet have received e-mails from the retailer stating that it’d be sending out the 32GB model instead with no extra charge. The expected shipping date for the latest variant of Nexus 7 is week 45, which starts on November 5.
On one hand, this is good news for folks who have been holding out for the quad-core slate. The same can’t be said about people who recently bought the 16GB version of Nexus 7 and find out that a higher capacity model will come with the same price tag. Perhaps Google will issue another free voucher?
Potential Nexus 7 buyers, will the introduction of a 32GB model priced at $249 convince you to get the slate?