The Google Nexus 7 is soon set to become available in Germany, thus finally expanding beyond its very limited initial release. The big date, if you’re in Germany and want to purchase a Nexus 7, is September 3.
That’s when well known electronics retailer Saturn expects to start selling the 16 GB Nexus 7. The price isn’t finalized yet, but so far the inventory is listing €249. Promotions may bring that down, though.
Whether or not the Nexus 7 will come with a set-amount voucher for spending on apps in the Play Store is unclear.
The above info comes from a helpful Saturn employee via AndroidNext. Hopefully Germany will be just the start of a more global rollout for Google’s first Nexus tablet.
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