3G Nexus 7 clears FCC

Strong indications that Google is going to announce a 3G-enabled 32GB Nexus 7 tablet during its October 29th event, were further strengthened, when it was spotted passing NCC certification in Taiwan last week.

Japanese website Blog Of Mobile has reported today, that the Nexus 7 32GB – model number ME370TG has been cleared by the FCC. They further confirm what we already know – that the said model number – ME370TG corresponds to the W-CDMA/GSM mobile network – which in layman terms means that the device is equipped with a radio for 3G/2G data access over a mobile network.

Further information culled from the data sheet submitted indicates that the tablet is NFC-enabled, packs a 4270 mAh battery, which seems to be a wee bit less than the 4325 mAh battery in the WiFi only version.

Looks like we are certainly in for a treat on October 29th, when Google takes to the Playground. For those who may not be lucky enough to be there live, you can catch the action live on Youtube.