Google today released the 2013 version of its 32GB Nexus 7 with 4G LTE in Australia, Canada, Germany, Spain, France, the UK, Japan, and Korea. You can grab it now from Google Play for approximately $349.
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That’s the price for the US; the device arrived there just last week. The amount will of course vary for other countries, but you can expect it to be similarly more expensive than the Wi-Fi models, which go for $229 (16GB) and $269 (32GB).
Google has said before that it was planning a broad international rollout for the Nexus 7, but didn’t detail timing. The LTE version is now available in nine countries, where delivery time varies between three and 12 days; we’ll keep you posted as we learn of more launches.
See also: Google unveils thinner, lighter Nexus 7 successor with 1080p display and 5MP camera, starting at $229.99 and Google officially unveils Android 4.3 with restricted profiles and Bluetooth Low Energy support
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