Google left out a couple of things during their announcement of the new Nexus 7 yesterday, revealing that their will be a SIM-free version of the new 7 inch tablet in the US, but forgetting to mention if that version will be coming to UK.

Until today that is, as the 4G LTE model of the new Nexus 7 has today been announced for the UK, launching in the next few weeks it will be priced at £299.

Of course at the moment the only carrier in the UK that will be able to offer you 4G services is EE,  but given it is SIM-free you should be able to go on other networks once they have 4G connections this summer.

Packing a 1.5GHz quad-core Quallcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, with 2GB of RAM, the new nexus 7 claims to have one of the highest pixel densities in a tablet, with a 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution and a 323ppi.

For the normal version of the tablet, without 4G, PC World have supposedly already leaked the prices, revealing it for launch on September 13th, their website claimed the 16GB version would be priced at £199 and the 32GB Wi-Fi only version will be priced at £239.

However those prices are yet to be confirmed by Google.

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