There’s been enough evidence to suggest that the Google Nexus 7 2013 model could be coming to Verizon.
The big red decided not to pick this one up, and that’s a move that didn’t make much sense to any of us given the Nexus 7 was arguably the most popular tablet made in 2013 for its price range.
EvLeaks has received an anonymous tip-off that it is “positive” for in the next few days.
By now most people have already well and truly invested in one of these if they wanted one, but if you are a Verizon faithful and have waited out for the chance to snap it up now the time to start smiling.
In case you have forgotten, the Nexus 7, has a screen resolution of 1920×1200, making it full HD. It has a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro chipset, and that’s packed with quad-core processing power.
These specs were considered better than what Google originally had in mind, but the thought behind it was that people would rather pay the extra money and have a better device. Because of the amazing value, it did work well for them.