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Thursday, 04 October 2012 09:21

Nexus 7 to get 32GB flavour

Written by Peter Scott



Inventory listing leak seems to confirm it


An inventory listing from Carphone Warehouse seems to point to a new Nexus 7 SKU, with 32GB of storage.

There has been a lot of talk about a 3G enabled Nexus 7, versions with more storage and more colour options, but this seems to be the first real proof of new SKUs, provided the snapshot is legitimate.

Additionally, there is a listing for an Invisishield for a “Samsung Nexus 2,” which could be a successor to the Galaxy Nexus, but it could also be the second generation Samsung-built Nexus, which means it’s the Galaxy Nexus.

There is still no word on pricing, but Google priced the 16GB and 8GB versions €50 apart, so it’s safe to assume that the 32GB version will carry the same premium for additional storage.

More here.

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