Google Nexus 7 from its Google Play Store because this model was sold out that day, due to high impressive demands. However, apparently, it won’t take too long for Google to store back all the new units of that model to Google Play Store again. Just a while ago, the 16GB model of Google Nexus 7 is available to buy again on that Google Play Store.
|The 16GB of Google Nexus 7 is Back in Business|
16GB model of Google Nexus 7 would be selling like crazy than the 8GB variant, although the 8GB model only costs cheaper at $199.
The reason is simple. The 8GB model only provides around 5.92GB of free storage to use, while the 16GB model, being sold in at $249.99, can provide much bigger internal storage than the small variant.
Anyway, if you’ve been wanting to get the 16GB of Nexus 7 since long time ago but couldn’t manage to get it because it was sold out on Google Play Store, then this is your best shot.
Make sure to visit the Google Play Store via the source link below if you want to order the device immediately before it’s sold out again for the second time.
Hurry up!! Get the tablet already!!
Pre-order the Google Nexus 7 (16GB) via PhoneArena
Now Google Has Officially Opened the Doors for France, Spain and Germany to Order Nexus 7
As it’s been promised by Google before, now
Google Nexus 7 is starting to spread its wings to more region. If the people in the US, Canada, UK and Australia have already received the sweet love of Google Nexus 7 earlier before, now it’s time for people in Spain, France and Germany to get the share of love from this super fast tablet.
Recently, Google just opened the doors for those 3 European countries above to begin ordering the
Google Nexus 7 tablet right away on Google Play. If you happen to live in one of those countries, you can purchase the 8GB model of Nexus 7 for € 199, while the 16GB model can be bought for € 249. Once you’ve made your order, you should expect the tablet to arrive around 3 – 5 days to your home.
Google Nexus 7 is actually a really amazing tablet. This Asus-home-made tablet has set the bar really high in the tablet market for sophisticated tablets in the modern days. Things like Tegra 3 quad-core processor, 12-core GPU and high pixel resolution are 3 of many great stuff on Google Nexus 7 that for sure will boggle everyone’s mind.
For your information, Google Nexus 7 has been doing really great in the US market and also other markets where this tablet launches, with this 16-core-processor tablet is predicted will be sold around 8 million units by the end of the year, especially in the holiday season where people are craving for holiday gifts.
So again, if you’re living in either France, Spain and Germany, be sure to visit Google Play website to start ordering your very own Google Nexus 7. Don’t wait for much longer to begin making your order though because Google has set the limit of Nexus 7 units in each country, so in the near future, if you don’t act fast, you might see the status of Nexus 7 as “Sold Out” on Google Play website.
Google Nexus 7 Finally Arrives to Japan
Since the first launch, Google Nexus 7 has been selling well in the tablet market, especially in the US. However, it’s just really bad that for a tablet that is so powerful and affordable like this one, not many people in the entire world have the chance to know how it feels of experiencing this super fast and lag-free tablet in the near future because Google Nexus 7 is only available to buy in some particular countries, at least for now.
As we all know already, Google Nexus 7 has arrived to several countries like US, Canada, UK and Australia when it was firstly launched. Luckily, Google finally decides to expand its Nexus 7’s wings to more countries in the world. And the lucky people that will be able to buy this powerful tablet in the coming months are the people in Japan.
Recently, Google’s Chairman, Eric Schmidt went to Japan for the first launch of Google Nexus 7 tablet in that country. Besides to announce that tablet, Schmidt also has some interesting statements that he shares to the audience in Japan regarding Apple’s recent decision to deprive Google Maps from iOS 6 devices in order to promote its own Apple 3D Maps to iOS users.
Anyway, if you’re living in Japan and cannot wait much longer to get the Google Nexus 7, this tablet is now available to pre-order on Google Play Store Japan. The 16GB model of the tablet costs around ¥19.600 or equal to $254 USD. This tablet can also be pre-ordered on other Japanese biggest retailers such as: Yodobashi Camera, Joshin and Big Camera.
Meanwhile, besides in the US, Canada, UK, Australia and Japan, Google has also made its Nexus 7 available to buy in some European countries. Hopefully, Google can speed up the production process and shipment of Nexus 7 units in order to open the doors to more countries in the world to be able to buy this tablet, including the developed ones.