It seems that your wait to own one Nexus 7, the world’s famous Android tablet is over now as the device is now available from The Play Store in France, Germany and Spain.
Bringing it to comparatively more European countries, the Google's online storefront has priced the seven inch slate at €199 for the 8GB model and €249 for the 16GB one ($249 and $311 equivalent price, likely including sales tax). For this foreign release, overseas people have to pay a bit higher than the US customers.
It’s time that people start enjoying Play Movies and Play Books in all the three new countries but yes, Play Magazines and Play Music are still US-only and will take some time to serve your needs.
This is definitely one of the most exciting news for all those residents of France, Germany, and Spain, who have been waiting since long to buy one such high-end budget tablet from the market.
With this recent exposure of the device, almost 200 million people have got a chance to get their hand upon the latest technology. This expansion internationally has now taken the Nexus 7 7-inch Android tablet to France, Germany and Spain after U. S., U. K., Canada and Australia.
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