Oct 25 AT 3:26 PM Dustin Earley 18 Comments

3G Nexus 7 passes through the FCC, just in time for Oct. 29


Want some substantial evidence that Google will be releasing a Nexus 7 equipped with 3G next Monday? Look no further than a trusty FCC filing detailing the device.

Labeled as the ME370TG (the WiFi only Nexus 7 was labeled ME370T), the Nexus 7 with 3G radios has just passed through the FCC, tagged with a certification date of October 29, the date of Google’s Android event in New York City.

We’ve been expecting Google to unveil a 3G enabled Nexus 7 at its Android event for quite some time now. This filing with the FCC all but finally confirms the device’s existence. Of course it’s not official until it’s official, but we throughly expect the Nexus 7 3G to be real. Only four more days until we know for sure.

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Via: Galaxus

Source: FCC

Dustin Earley: Tech enthusiast; avid gamer; all around jolly guy.

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