Google has just released a white version of the Nexus 7 tablet, in white and packing 32GB of storage, available now for $269 on the Google Play Devices store, so long as you’re in the U.S., U.K. or Japan.
Last month we told you that the updated Nexus 7 was going to be priced at $229 for the 16GB version, and it has been confirmed by this latest inventory system leak. The 32GB version will come in at $269. Considering the rumored specs, the pricing doesn’t seem all that bad, but I am still shocked there is going to be a price increase.
I have a 16GB Nexus 7 that I'm about to pass on to a family member as I just bought a 32GB Nexus 7. I have a full back-up of the 16GB made with ROM Manager. Can I copy that back-up file onto my 32GB and then use it as a Restore or Recovery file? I'd love not to have to redo all the programs and configurations I have but I don't want to screw something up.
Ever since Google dropped the N7 bomb that’s all people have been talking about lately. The new tablet from Google has received overwhelming response from tech blogs and consumers alike, and sales of the device reflect its high demand. Nexus 7 orders from the Play Store went from a 3-5 day shipping period to the 16GB version being completely sold out.
Just like the Nexus 4, Google will offer two different versions of the Nexus 5, but storage size won’t be the only difference. You will still be able to buy either a 16GB or 32GB version, but each version could sport a different battery.
While Verizon’s LTE Nexus 7 is still awaiting certification, AT&T’s may be on its way. Retailer Best Buy has posted a listing on their website for the device and much like the LTE edition on Google Play, the Nexus 7 is priced at $349.99 for 32GB. Where things become interesting is under the device’s description. It reads “Tablet sold inactivated.