A leaked inventory image reportedly coming form an unnamed retailer that will apparently stock the second-generation Nexus 7 indicates pricing details for the tablet.
If indeed real, the image below says that the 16GB new Nexus 7 model will cost $229, while the 32GB version will retail for $40 more, or $269. While the retailer has listed the new Nexus 7 models internally, it doesn’t appear to have any stock yet.
For what it’s worth, the device is listed as “Nexus 2 7,” a name that doesn’t look that good – not that Nexus 7 2 is any better.
The new tablet is rumored to be unveiled at some point this month and then launch in various markets. A very recent report did say that the tablet will be launched in late July in Taiwan.
The leaked image also says that the new Nexus 7 will pack a quad-core processor, without revealing other hardware details at this time. While there are four different models in the listing, it’s not clear whether these are Wi-Fi-only or cellular models. Various rumors have suggested that the device would offer 4G LTE support.
Various retailers are currently offering deals on the new Nexus 7, as they’re most likely clearing up stock before the new model arrives.
Android 4.3 is expected to be launched at the same time with the new Nexus 7, although it’s not clear when Google will make these products official.