The second generation Nexus 7 tablet was formally revealed to the world at a Google event a little over a month ago, but there was at least one model that was notably missing from the product range: something with a cellular radio. That gap has now been filled.

The good people at Google are now offering a 4G LTE model of the 2013 Nexus 7 tablet. Just like its predecessor, this cellular-friendly version takes on exactly the same specs and features as its WiFi-only brethren, except it comes equipped with some 4G LTE action to along with its 32GB of internal storage. It is fully unlocked and, from the sound of things, it has a broad range of wireless radios to support a broad range of LTE networks, including T-Mobile and Verizon.

In fact, T-Mobile will start selling the 4G-capable Nexus 7 through its own stores starting next month, tossing in one month of service with 2GB of data so customers can give that 4G LTE a whirl. If you can’t wait for the T-Mobile deal, you can head over to the Google Play Store now to nab the unlocked tablet (with bonus T-Mobile SIM) for $349. As a refresher, you get a 1920×1200 display, 5MP camera, Android 4.3, 2GB RAM, and a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro 1.5GHz processor.

Via The Verge

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