Google's Nexus 7 tablet has been happily selling out in the US and the UK, but according to a couple of leaks from various retail/e-tail shops, it appears that the rest of the countries in Europe should get their piece of Google Nexus 7 fun on 3rd of September.
The first leak came from France, along with a largely expected retail price of €249.90. France's Fnac.com jumped the gun and started to accept pre-orders by mistake and has later admitted, after pulling down the pre-order link but not canceling the previous orders, that the release date is scheduled for September 3rd.
There has been a report from Spain, as well as the post on Facebook by Asus Italia, but latest report from Androidnext.de puts the Nexus 7 in Saturn shops across Germany on September 3rd as well. The sales clerk told Androidnext site that 16GB Nexus 7 will be on display as of that date with a €249 price tag. Since Germany is on schedule we are pretty sure that the rest of the DACH region will follow as well.
Unfortunately, there are no reports regarding the cheaper 8GB model that should, at least according to the 16GB model price, appear with a bit interesting €199 price tag.
The September 3rd launch date lines up with the IFA event in Berlin, Germany that kicks off on August 31st and ends on September 9th as we are quite sure that more info will surface once this show gets on the road.
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