Is the next wave of Google Nexus products advancing?

by William Metzger on
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According to a leak from UK based phone retailer Carphone Warehouse, our Nexus 7 storage problems are soon to be over. The image above clearly lists a 32gb version of the flagship Google tablet and although it doesn’t say how much the new version will cost, I’m willing to bet it’ll be around $300, which is still less than its rival, the 32gb iPad. So it finally seems Google is listening to our complaints.

There’s more news too. Right above the aforementioned Nexus 7 leak is a line that reads: “Invisishield for Samsung Nexus 2″. Woah. This is hardly the first time a Galaxy Nexus successor has been mentioned, but so far most of the previous rumors have been proclaimed as bunk. Now we actually have a semi-reliable leak to drool over as we anxiously await Google to unveil the next iteration of the pure Google experience, and as we have seen from the early iPhone 5 leaks, these accessory manufactures are generally pretty reliable when it comes to leaks.

This single photo of a blue and yellow inventory system has officially started me salivating for the next wave of Google products to drool over.

Source: Droid-Life

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  • KCR

    Hi guys. This is my screenshot I sent to Droid-Life. The Nexus 2 listing is simply a mislabeled Nexus S screen protector and has been in our Carphone database for nearly 2 years. I simply forgot to mention that when I submitted the tip and screenshot regarding the 32GB Nexus 7. If you could amend the article to stop misinformation spreading, that’d be great :)