If you're among the many, many potential Nexus 7 users who think that 8GB (or even 16GB) is a little on the wimpy side for a modern tablet, you may have cause to celebrate soon enough. The Spanish storefront of Phone House (the international arm of UK-based Carphone Warehouse) has a promotional page up for the Google-branded tablet in a 32GB flavor, listing for 279€. My Spanish is a little rusty, but it looks like the typical "sign up for more information" pre-sale page. No date is mentioned.

phonehouse nexus 7 32gb

The price is thirty Euros higher than the 16GB model, which has been available in Spain since late August. This may put a dent in the rumor that the 32GB model would replace the 16GB model in price, at least in Europe - while we've seen plenty of evidence that various retailers are preparing to sell the beefed-up Nexus 7, the ones in the US have been in the $270 range. Then again, Google only sets the recommended price: retailers could be bumping up the 32GB model until they run out of stock for the 16GB version.

There's still no confirmation or concrete release date for the 32GB Nexus 7. So sit tight, gamers and HD addicts.

PhoneHouse.es - Google Nexus 7 32GB

Via galaxus.googlenexus.fr

Jeremiah Rice
Jeremiah is a US-based blogger who bought a Nexus One the day it came out and never looked back. In his spare time he watches Star Trek, cooks eggs, and completely fails to write novels.
  • Göran Sävström

    Nothing "rusty" about that interpretation... I read the same.

    Funny thing though is that they call the internal storage "disco duro" (= hard drive)
    I don't think I've seen that expression in a tablet/phone before...

    • Fran

      In the Play Store doesn't specify wether it have a hard drive or a SSD. I suppose it comes with a hard drive in order to lower the price of the device.

      • http://twitter.com/LV2355 Laurentiu

        It has nothing to do with this... False alarm!

        Same "disco duro" term is used for 16GB Nexus 7: http://www.phonehouse.es/app/f/p-23784/tablet/tablet/-google-nexus-7.html

        • Göran Sävström

          Yeah... never thought they'd actually put a hard drive in it. Just "reacted" on the expression.

          • http://twitter.com/LV2355 Laurentiu

            My reply was on Fran's conclusion/supposition only.

  • Fran

    It says, "fill up the formulary and, we'll call you! the day you can buy it".

  • http://twitter.com/SuperHutagalung Parulian Hutagalung

    when it sale in Indonesia?

  • Göran Sävström

    I guss now all I'm waiting for is that they put a 3G modem in one of these...

  • Rm Pk

    Yo era cliente Movistar hasta el 22/11/11, cuando por diversas razones me he cambiado a Orange, donde me "regalaran" el samsung plus. Ocurre que dos dias despues, el 24/11/11, lo conecte a mi ordenador para hacer gestiones de contactos a traves de samsung kies, y para mi infelicidad me ha salido la info de que deberia actualizar el firmware, fue cuando mi smatphone dejo de funcionar, y para empeorar al buscar la tienda de Orange en Ciudad de la Imagen, donde habia comprado el movil, me dijeron que el problema lo habia causado yo, pues no deberia estar actualizando nada de software ni de firmware, y a lo mejor me dejarian otro movil cualquiera de prestamo mientras el mio seria enviado al servicio técnico. Ahora me pregunto, despues de ver vuestros comentario... tenemos todos nosotros, simple consumidores la culpa de los fallos presentados por ese aparatito????? mientras tanto estoy pagando por un servicio que no estoy usando...rsssssss.



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