Close on the heels of the release of the 16GB variant of the Google Nexus 7, here now comes the Nexus 7 32GB variant. These two launches come between one month of each other. The 32GB variant of the Nexus comes in NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor and runs on Android 4.2 Jellybean. The price of this device is said to be Rs. 18,999, which is around US$350.9.
Nexus 7 32GB Variant
The textured tactile design gives great comfort when using the 7” gadget and when the battery backup is so heavy, which can run almost one full day you are in for a feast with the device. The Nexus 7 weighs just 340 g. So, using it on the trot shouldn’t be a hassle.
The tablet is blessed with ASUS TruVivid technology apart from having Corning Fit Glass that improves the colors and the quality of the display. The NVIDIA Tegra 3 quadcore processor gives super fast performance and you have to hardly wait for the processing to complete. The powerful processor also increases the surfing speed and that will most certainly be an experience for those who are new to Nexus 7.
It is not only about fast surfing, but more than that. The fast processing speed allows multitasking and you can work with multiple apps simultaneously. And as said above, the battery backup is good, so you don’t have to worry about opening several apps at the same time.
Near Field Communications (NFC) and Bluetooth are available in the Nexus 7. The 3G variant costs 21,999 INR. It is around Rs. 3,000 more than the Wi-Fi only variant. The 16GB Google device comes in only Wi-Fi option. Well, it could be a strategy by the company to have 3G connectivity to the 32GB variant with a slightly higher price.
However, in the Indian context, going for the 32GB variant could be more of a deal. The reason? Well, there is comparatively more 3G coverage in India than having Wi-Fi hotspots.