Google Nexus 7 3G version passes through FCC, launch on the Google Android event?

Google Nexus 7 3G version passes through FCC, launch on the Google Android event?

Google is planning to launch some new goodies at their upcoming event on October 29, and they are also planning to launch updated version of the Google Nexus 7. We heard it recently that Google is working on a 3G version of the Nexus 7, now the tablet showed up at FCC and it’s kind of confirmed that Google will officially unveil it on Oct. 29.

The tablet made an appearance on FCC yesterday with the model number ME370TG, though we are still not sure whether the tablet is a 32GB version or not.

Folks, that’s all we know right now, so let’s wait for Google to officially announce the much-awaited version of the Google Nexus 7. Are you looking forward to the 3G version? Tell us about it in the comment box below.

Via: TNW

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