Nexus 7 leaked images reveal full tablet, Best Buy promo

The latest batch of alleged images uncovered online point to the debut of the next-generation Nexus 7.

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The next Nexus 7 seems to have been further outted with full images and a Best Buy promo flier.

Alleged photos of the upcoming Nexus 7 tweeted by @evleaks display its full front and back. The photos show a tablet that looks just like the current model, except for the addition of a camera on the back of the unit.

Further proof of the tablet's existence and its price tag may have been provided by an alleged snapshot of an upcoming Best Buy flier.

Sent to blog site Phone Arena by an "anonymous tipster," the flier shows the new Nexus selling for $229. Specs touted in the ad include 16GB of storage and a 1,920x1,200-pixel screen. The flier itself doesn't sport a date, but the ad for the Nexus says it'll be available on an unspecified Tuesday.

Assuming Google unveils the next-gen Nexus 7 at its breakfast event on Wednesday, consumers could potentially see the new tablet pop up at Best Buy on Tuesday, July 30.