32 GB Nexus 7 (and Samsung Galaxy Nexus 2?) discovered in retailer’s database
We’ve heard about the Galaxy Nexus 2 already, now it’s just got some real-world proof to vindicate all the rumor sets that have been appearing since last month or so. The device by the name of Samsung Nexus 2 – which could only mean the Galaxy Nexus 2 since Nexus S is no longer the last nexus by Samsung, which Galaxy Nexus is – was found in what are supposedly the database papers of Carphone Warehuse, the biggest online retailer in Europe. Nothing more is available as regards Nexus, other than the mention of its Invisishield, so there is some sort of disappointment obvious here. Moreover, it’s not that convincing either: whether the talk was about the Invisishield accessory for Nexus 2, or if it was simply Invisishild accessory 2 for Nexus, probably Nexus 7 itself.
But hey, the digging also revealed a 32 GB Nexus 7 in the same records. With the likes of Amazon and Barnes and Noble assaulting the android tablet market with their ultra low-cost effective 32 GB tablets, there was always some evident pressure on Google to respond to that, and what can better the 32 GB model of Nexus 7 when it comes to that – we would expect the search engine giant to announce the 32 GB Nexus 7 (now that it looks so real) some time in last week of October, at the AllThingsD event which is scheduled for Oct 29-30, where Andy Rubin loves to announce new Android OS version and Android devices.
So, that pretty much about the two extremely keenly anticipated – and cherished by the android fanciers – android devices, but if Nexus 2 is indeed the Galaxy Nexus 2, that’s also a nigh confirmation that even this Nexus will be from Samsung, which will be a hat trick from Sammy (after Nexus S and Galaxy Nexus). It must be GT-i9260 then, on all accounts. But we’ve also heard about Google looking to hunt the smartphone industry with as many as 5 nexus devices this winter, so we would still wish for a Nexus made out of LG Optimus G and HTC One X5 – and we’re not asking too much, right?