The wait is over for those who want a version of the new Google Nexus 7 II that has 4G LTE access — one that can connect to T-Mobile highest-speed cellular-wireless data network just launched today.
A Wi-Fi-only version of the Nexus 7 II debuted this summer, but this is the first time a cellular-enabled version has been available, which gives users access to the Internet virtually anywhere they go. The device supports both this telecom’s legacy HSPA+ network and its nascent LTE one.
It can be ordered now from the Google Play store, where it sells for $350.
More about the Second-Generation Nexus 7
This device has the same size screen as its predecessor — 7 inches — but the resolution has moved up to 1920 x 1080 (1080p or Full HD).
On the inside of the Nexus 7 II is a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro running at 1.4GHz. Asus — who actually builds this tablet — has included 2GB of RAM.
The LTE-enabled version has 32GB of built-in memory. There are two Wi-Fi-only options: one has 16GB of storage ($230), and the other 32GB ($270).
To learn more about this product, be sure to read our Google Nexus 7 II Review.