Carphone Warehouse had its moments yesterday, when the yet-unannounced LG-manufactured Nexus 4 smartphone appeared on its pre-order listing, and got taken off some time later. While it is common knowledge now, thanks to several leaks and rumors, that Google would be announcing a 32GB version of the Nexus 7, sources revealed a few days ago, that Google was also getting a 3G-enabled 32GB version of the same tablet, and would be announcing it at its October 29th event.
A Latvian online store called 1A, seems to have gone one step further than Carphone Warehouse, and is listing the yet-to-be-announced 3G-enabled Nexus 7 32GB tablet, for a price of about £249. Whether the listing will last the day, or get taken off the site, is besides the point; what matters is that this is double confirmation that the 3G-enabled Google tablet is going to be out soon. The site also lists a 16GB Nexus 7, priced at £199, about the same as everywhere else, with the shipping date for both listed as 12th November.
On October 29th, Google is expected to announce both, the Asus manufactured 32GB Nexus 7 tablet, as well as its 3G-enabled version, in addition the an LG Nexus smartphone, and a Samsung manufactured 10-inch tablet, currently being called the Nexus 10.