Verizon memo further confirms Nexus tablet with cellular connectivity, other Nexus smartphone
This week, rumors began to surface that Google and ASUS were working on a 3G version of the Nexus 7 tablet. These came from a mostly unsubstantiated source, but now a very small detail in a Verizon memo noticed by the people at Droid-Life shows that the Nexus 7 with cellular connectivity may in fact be real, and my even be a 4G LTE tablet.
The detail in question is the underlined sentence you see above, which simply mentions “Google experience devices and tablets” as not getting the new Amazon preloaded app suite. Google experience devices is a term usually limited to Nexus devices, and while the Galaxy Nexus may be the smartphone in question, the Google experience tablet hasn’t been announced yet. Obviously, it would make a lot of sense if the 3G Nexus 7 is what the memo is referring to, as it is certainly a Google experience tablet. However, I do find it a bit odd that the tablet rumored earlier this week supposedly only had 3G connectivity, as it would surprise me if Verizon released such a device without support for their 4G LTE network.
I don’t even want to get into the fact that “tablets” is plural in the above note, just because it reads like such an afterthought. Still, the idea of at least a Verizon Nexus 7 isn’t too surprising, and may be something that users want. If you are one of those hoping for a Verizon Nexus, feel free to explain why in the comments below. Who knows, you might win a WiFi version of the device as well![Droid-Life]