In Taylor's review of the Nexus 7, he noted that it'd be nice if Google offered more options in terms of storage capacity rather than just the 8GB and 16GB models that are available today. Well, if a new image sent over to Droid-Life is accurate, the company may be planning to do just that. A photo of an alleged Carphone Warehouse inventory screen shows a listing for a "Nexus Asus 7in tablet 32GB WiFi Tegra 3," suggesting that a 32GB version of the Nexus 7 may be on the way. There's no mention of how much such a device might cost or when it could become available.
While the Nexus 7 is currently available in 8GB and 16GB varieties, not all of that space is available to the user out of the box. For example, the 8GB model actually gives users 5.92GB of space. Because of that, as well as things like Google's app sales, Nexus 7 owners may find their device stuffed to the brim before long. It'd be nice to see a 32GB Nexus 7 land on the shelves of the Google Play store so that customers that like to store a lot of apps, movies or whatever else on their tablet don't have to worry about deleting content to make room for new stuff (or at least it would delay their needing to worry about such a situation). Here's to hoping that this device is indeed the real deal and that we hear more about it soon. Would any of you be interested in a 32GB Nexus 7 if Google were to release one?