We already know what the 32GB version of the Nexus 7 will be priced at, thanks to an earlier report of the device showing up on Office Depot shelves. $250 will get the 32GB version, while the 16GB model will be $199. A second confirmation has just hit Walmart's website, where the retailer is showing the 32GB Nexus 7 as "in stock."
We thought maybe Office Depot accidentally released the new product a bit early at first, but the Walmart listings definitely prove that it's no mistake. Walmart shows the two tablets in stock and ready to ship, and they can arrive on your doorstep as early as Wednesday if you choose rush shipping. Otherwise, standard shipping will have one at your house by November 6 (if you order it today).
Unfortunately, Google hasn't yet recognized the release of the 32GB model or the price drop of the 16GB version. We're guessing that they were going to officially announce it today during a planned Android event, but that was cancelled over the weekend due to the arrival of Hurricane Sandy.
Google was also expected to announce a larger Nexus tablet from Samsung, dubbed the Nexus 10, as well as the Nexus 4 smartphone from LG. We're not sure when Google will have their Android event, but it will definitely stay postponed until Hurricane Sandy dies down. We'll be posting a rundown later today that details all of the Android releases, rumors, and leaks from the past few days, so stay tuned.