3G version of Google Nexus 7 coming soon?

3G version of Google Nexus 7 coming soon?

Google Nexus 7 was officially announced back in June, and everyone knows it as one of the best “Google” branded products to date. The main purpose behind its launch was to provide users with a rich experience at an affordable price tag, and to take a big challenge to the Kindle Fire. Now we know that Amazon will be launching a new Kindle on September 6, and everyone is eager to see what they are up to.

It appears as though Google and ASUS are ready to welcome the next Kindle Fire with a 3G version of the Google Nexus 7; according to MoDaCo’s  Paul O’Brien, the 3G-version of the famous tablet will be launched roughly in six weeks, so we will probably see it somewhere in October. With everything the same under the hood, though there will be a new price tag based on the 3G functionality. AndroidGuys reviewed the Google Nexus 7, and we were nothing but impressed by this amazing masterpiece.

Would you prefer buying a 3G version of Nexus 7? Tell us about it in the comment box below.

via: BGR

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