Google has already released its 2nd generation Nexus 7 tablet in the US, and there it is available for more than a week now. It is expected that very soon Google will start to roll out its latest tablet in several high profile markets of the Europe.
However, the Taiwanese manufacturer of this budget Android tablet ASUS recently confirmed that the new Nexus 7 will be hitting the markets of the United Kingdom (UK) on August 28th of this year. It’s worth mentioning here that earlier several leading electrical retailers of the UK had predicted that Google might launch its new Nexus 7 in mid-September. This simply means the search engine king has decided to release it much before the expected launch date.
Just like the US, the tablet will go on sale via Google's Play Store and a few selected high street retail stores including the likes of Currys and PC World.
This brand new device has already received fair amount of praises especially for its amazing screen, superb functionality and awesome design. It is currently one of the best Android tablets in the world, but earlier we have published top 5 best new Nexus 7 alternatives too. Just go ahead read that post if you’re planning to but a tablet right away.
Very recently a certain UK retailer announced that the Android device will go on sale on August 29 in the UK, which means the release date might vary a little bit depending on outlet or location. The 16GB Wi-Fi-only model of the new Nexus 7 will cost £199.99 ($310) and the 32GB variant of the same will be priced at £239.99 ($373).
This is indeed great news for the tablet loving people of the UK, as very soon they will be able to buy the new Nexus 7 tablet for sure. This device features 7 inch long display touch screen, which can offer resolution support of 1920*1200 pixels. It also sports 323ppi, which is currently the highest pixel density on a tablet. It is powered by a quad-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU and the Adreno 320 GPU while running on the newly-launched Android 4.3 Jelly Bean operating system. On that note you should check our featured post about the top 10 best features in Android 4.3.
Finally ASUS has made it official, and Google’s new Nexus 7 tablet will launch on August 28 in the UK. It is expected to do well in there too just like the US market where it has managed to sell a large number of units within a week only.