This isn't really anything we didn't already know. But Tmonews came across some internal documents highlighting the Nexus 7 HSPA+ model. Last week Google announced the device, and that it would have 32GB of storage and cost $299 unlocked, which means it'll work on any GSM network, with HSPA+ speeds as well. This document doesn't show a date that it'll be available in T-Mobile stores, but a date that its available in the Play Store.
The Nexus 7 features:
- 7â€³ 1280—800 HD display
- Quad-Core Tegra 3 processor clocked at 1.3GHz
- HSPA+ 21mbps
- Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
So it's quite a powerful tablet for the price, not to mention it'll get quick updates from Google. And to add on to all those spec's, it'll be able to run on HSPA+ 21mbps networks around the world. Pretty good for $299 right?
Anyone picking up the Nexus 7 3G/HSPA+ model? If so which network you putting it on?