One of the major disappointments for most of the Android lovers was the missing 3G connectivity from Nexus 7, but that is going to change soon. If we believe Paul from Modaco, Asus has already started the production of Nexus 7 3G version, and we might see the tablet variant launch as early as six weeks from now.
Nexus 7 tablet, which was originally announced at this year’s Google I/O conference, features Tegra 3 quad-core processor, 7-inch IPS display, 1GB RAM, and Jelly Bean, is the best Android tablet in the market right now and a 3G variant would surely be a cherry on the cake.
The 3G version launch news is coming from an inside source (of Paul), so there is no way to authenticate it right now.
We will have to wait and watch.
In other news, Techtree is reporting that Nexus 7, which was earlier rumoured to launch next month in India, might not reach the Indian stores before November. While this is a dampener, the upcoming 3G version launch might have something to do with it, as a Wi-Fi only version would not be best suited for a market like India.