The rumors about a 32GB version of Google Nexus 7 tablet have been buzzing for months and now, and it seems like there’s even something more interesting.
That said; putting rumors to the rest a NCC report, obtained by VR-Zone China, has revealed that Google is indeed preparing an ASUS-bound 32GB model of the Nexus 7 slate. Moreover, the NCC document also confirms 3G connectivity under the hood.
Passing through Taiwan’s National Communications Commission (NCC) testing, the new 3G equipped 32GB version adopts ME370TG as the model number, which makes sense considering the model number of normal Nexus7 tablets is ME370T.
The NCC document doesn’t reveal much, but we suspect other key features remain to be same, which includes a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 chip, 1GB RAM, and a 7-inch HD display. The slate will likely run on Android v4.1.2 or v4.2 [rumored for Oct 29 release].
Apart from a affordable $99 Nexus 7 tablet, the tech giant is also rumored to unveil 32GB/64GB versions of Nexus7. The 32GB model is rumored to be priced at $249, considering the Staples’ listing.
Keep it tuned with Techsnapr, as we assume more information coming in weeks.