The latest speculations about the Nexus 7 II for Europe discuss whether it will assure an LTE support or not
There are several things that make us excited to finally get the new addition to the Nexus tablets, the Nexus 7 II. One of them for sure is the LTE support that will arrive with the slate. This is the first time that Google integrates the super fast LTE connectivity to a tablet. We were happy to get a confirmation to the rumors that Nexus 7 II will get the support for 4G via the official page of the specifications of the device. However, it seems that it was too soon to enjoy the news as it seems that not all of the versions of Nexus 7 II will arrive with the wanted feature.
To be fair, Google has not officially announced that the new tablet will support the 4G internet outside North America. The misunderstanding came from the firstly published table with specifications of the European model Nexus 7 II that included the LTE bands. The new listings that you can see now if you visit the specification page include only the HSPA+ support for the upcoming device that will be distributed on the European markets.
The misunderstanding made many of us wonder whether the original plan of Google to release Nexus 7 II with an LTE support has changed or all this is part of a silly by the company. It doesn’t really matter whether the true is or not. It is a fact that the news is a bit disappointing for the future owners of the upcoming tablet in Europe. This is the thing with rumors and speculations, they are not always true.
The HSPA+ connectivity is not that bad after all. The newest rumors suggest that Google has brought back the LTE bands in the specifications page for the Nexus 7 II purposed for Europe. Changes are dynamic; therefore we will keep following the newest on this topic to update you.
How do you feel about the possibility for Nexus 7 II to arrive without 4G? Is the super fast internet connectivity a deal breaker for you when you are buying a mobile device? We are eager to know your point of view.