When Google (GOOG) released its Nexus 7 tablet earlier this year, consumers were disappointed with the limited storage options available with the device. Unlike a majority of Android smartphones and tablets, the Nexus 7 does not include a microSD slot for expandable storage and is only available in 8GB or 16GB models. But according to an image allegedly from Carphone Warehouse’s inventory system obtained by Droid-Life, Google’s flagship tablet may soon be offered with 32GB of internal storage. The same image also mentions the rumored Galaxy Nexus II smartphone, although no further details on the device were given. The latest Nexus from Samsung (005930) is rumored to be equipped with the same 4.65-inch display as the original, and feature an upgrade 1.5GHz dual-core processor and an 8-megapixel rear camera.
- Technology & Electronics
- Handheld & Connected Devices