Nexus 7 3G visits FCC; Nexus 10 User Manual leaks
We expected an upgraded version of Nexus 7, and now it seems true. Ever since Nexus 7 was released, many consumers wished there was a cellular version of the tablet, it seems Google has heard your cry. An upcoming 3G version of the Nexus 7 has been listed on the FCC and it shows the device is on the verge of its launch. An upgraded version of Nexus 7 certainly makes sense. Apple has launched its iPad mini in both cellular and WiFi only models, Lack of cellular support is certainly a disadvantage when there is its rival one even with LTE.
The device has been listed on the FCC since October 24th. Google is holding an event on next Monday, October 29th, as it could be a very interesting day for Google watchers, when the company is expected to launch its new device including Samsung-made Nexus 10 tablet, and Nexus 4 smartphone.
There has also been a leak of an alleged Nexus 10 user manual. Interestingly, the manual has arrived a few days before the event. Even though the manual doesn’t reveal anything specific about the rumored Nexus 10 tablet, other than a sketch of the anticipated 10-inch tablet, including both front and rear-facing cameras.