The device is already listed on Google's official website
Users in Canada will soon be able to purchase the recently unveiled second-generation Nexus 7 tablet PC, as Google themselves confirmed plans to bring it to shelves in the country in the not too distant future.Apparently, the device is set to hit stores there as soon as this week, with Best Buy and Future Shop (which already list it for reservations) expected to launch it on July 30, and with Staples said to have it up for grabs as of July 31.
According to a recent article on MobileSyrup, however, only the 16GB Wi-Fi flavor of the device might be released, with a price tag of $249.99 (€183).
Google has already listed the new Nexus 7 on its website with a “coming soon” tag attached to it, which means that users will also be able to purchase it via the official Google Play Store soon. However, it remains to be seen what price tag it will sport at the company.