Google is now selling a version of the 2013 Nexus 7 with 4G LTE for $349. You can pick one up from the Google Play Store, and it should be available from T-Mobile soon as well.
Like the WiFi-only versions which have been available since late July, the new tablet has a 7 inch, 1920 x 1080 pixel display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean software.
What’s new is support for A&T and T-Mobile’s HSPA and LTE networks.
Technically Google is selling the tablet as a T-Mobile device, and it comes with a T-Mobile SIM card. But it’s unlocked and should work on AT&T’s network as well.
There are now 3 versions of the latest Nexus 7 available, including 16GB and 32GB WiFi-only models, and the new LTE model which also has 32GB. They’re priced at $229, $269, and $349, respectively.
Of course, a smartphone that you can use as a hotspot, you could probably save a few bucks by picking up a WiFi-only version and tethering it to your phone, but $349 isn’t a bad price for one of the best tablets around plus the added flexibility of being able to use it with 3G and HSPA networks.
via Android Police
Or use it like a huge phone like the Samsung 8″ tablet. 😉
Does it have native phone capabilities? Not VOIP I mean reliable voice through the carrier… You know what we used to use phones for.
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