The 2013 Nexus 7 has now landed in five new countries, just a month after its official unveiling in the U.S. The tablet was only available in the U.S. and Canada up until now, but with these five new countries being added to the list, the tablet has gone international. The new Nexus 7 can now be bought through the Google Play Store or third party retail outlets in the UK, Spain, Germany, Japan and France. We can expect Google to gradually roll out tablets elsewhere as most Asian and European countries still don’t have the 2013 Nexus 7.
As with the U.S., there’s still no sight of the LTE variant, so users will have to settle for the Wi-Fi variant of the tablet. In the UK, the tablet is priced at £199 ($308) for the 16GB model and £239 ($370) for the 32GB variant. So it isn’t really as affordable as it is in the U.S., but customers will surely look over that as this is one of the most sought after Android tablets in the world at the moment.
Source: Play Store UK
Via: Cult of Android