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Nexus 7 3G slips by the FCC, 29th October date looks nailed on

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The Nexus leaks are coming thick and fast today! This time it's the Nexus 7 3G, which has appeared at the FCC wearing it's 'ME370TG' moniker.

There's not much really to see here aside from that 29th October data and mention of a XMM6260 modem, as expected the Nexus 7 3G will be HSPA+ and not LTE enabled, helping keep the cost down.

Now, we just need to know the storage capacity and price. I'm expecting 32GB of storage and a price point of £249-£299, BUT... I also wouldn't be surprised to see 16GB for various reasons. Not long to wait now...

Head on over to the FCC to see the filing in full.

[Via: AndroidPolice / Galaxus]

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The whole point of the Nexus 7 being cheap is... well, precisely that. I'd have to question the judgement of someone who wanted a tablet that was marketed as competitively priced and "budget", for £249-299; tethering is ever so simple these days, and the option to eliminate the free solution of doing so because people are dumbed down and lazy, is just daft.

May as well buy an iPhad Tini.

Edited by glossywhite, 29 October 2012 - 12:24 AM.

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