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Nexus 7 2.0 appears in Carphone Warehouse UK inventory list

The Google Nexus 7 2.0 has cropped up in the Carphone Warehouse UK stock inventory ahead of its expected launch on July 24.

Heavily tipped to launch on Wednesday, the second-generation Nexus 7 has now appeared in the Carphone Warehouse UK inventory prior to its official unveiling by Google.

The leaked inventory screen shot comes via an anonymous source speaking to Pocket-lint and shows both a 16GB and 32GB version of the Nexus 7 2.0.

Both of the models are listed as Wi-Fi only and without a tariffed price, it isn’t known yet whether there will be a 3G option available.

Earlier today, Google Nexus 7 2.0 press shots leaked showing off a very similar design to the current 7-inch tablet, with the second-generation option looking longer and thinner.

Google Nexus 7 2.0 Rumours
The latest rumours suggest the Nexus 7 2.0 will have a quad-core 1.5GHz CPU and a 1,980 x 1,200p HD 7-inch display.

Unlike the original Google Nexus 7, the follow-up will pack a rear-facing camera pegged at 5-megapixels. This will be coupled with a 1.2-megapixel front-facing camera.

Keeping in line with the current Nexus 7 price range, the next-generation tablet is said to be launching for somewhere around the $269 or £176 price point. The original 7-inch Google slate can be purchased from £159 on the Google Play Store.

Google is also tipped to unveil Android 4.3 alongside the Nexus 7 2.0 at the event on Wednesday, July 24.

Taking place at the Google Mountain View campus, the event is being held by Sundar Pichai, Google’s Head of Android.

The supposed Google Nexus 7 2.0 and Android 4.3 event will kick off at 9am PST on July 24, which is 5pm UK time.

Next, read what we’d like to see in Google next 7-inch slate with our Nexus 7 2 vs Nexus 7 comparison.

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