When Google released the 16GB version of entry level Nexus 7 android tablet in Google Play Store, it mentioned that the company will be releasing the 4G LTE version of the tablet soon, and the day has arrived with a bang of 32GB 4G model of the tablet released in U.S. for $349 only.
Let us check the difference between the earlier released tablet and the latest Nexus 7 tablet released by the company. Obviously you need to pay $120 more than the previous one, but you will get more features, starting from the jump from 16GB to 32GB for the users, who need more space on the tablet. T-Mobile has also offered a super-deal with Nexus 7 4G Model, providing a T-Mobile SIM card (for unlocked version) with the device that gives you 1 month free LTE data with a 2GB limit.
Buy the device from here: Nexus 7 4G LTE at Google Play Store.
Moreover, you will not stuck with the deal of T-Mobile, the device is unlocked and you may change your mind as well as SIM card to use the device with any other GSM service provider, who supports the following frequencies:
LTE (700, 850, AWS, 1900 MHz)
HSPA ( 850, 900, AWS, 1900, 2100 MHz)
GSM/EDGE/GPRS (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)
The 32GB Nexus 7 4G model is $20 more than 16GB iPad Mini WiFi model and the Apple’s device’s display’s PPI density count (Pixels Per Inch) doesn’t even comes close to that of Google’s. The device started shipping all over U.S and the shipping time is 1-2 days. Now, would you go for the Nexus 7 or the newer iPad version (if any!) by Apple?