Waiting on tenterhooks for the LTE version of the Nexus 7? Indications from Japan and Europe point to a mid-September launch.
The LTE version of the new Nexus 7 tablet from Google should arrive in mid-September in Japan and Europe, providing some hope that the U.S. market may see similar timing.
One of the first indications came from Japan when Google announced the launch of Nexus 7 sales there earlier this week.
Japan's Ascii.jp cited comments from Google that the LTE model would be available in mid-September.
Meanwhile, reports are pointing to similar timing in the U.K.
Google has yet to announce availability in the U.S.. At the moment, only the Wi-Fi version is available.
Needless to say, anticipation is high in the U.S. where the tablet has received positive reviews.
The 7-inch tablet is considered the iPad Mini's main competitor. It boasts one of the highest resolution displays of any tablet and a fast Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.
The 32GB LTE Nexus is priced at $349.