With the LTE version of the Nexus 7 starting to ship this week, DroidLife did a nice short video unboxing and LTE demonstration on Verizon's network to show the Nexus 7 LTE in action. As you can see physically, the LTE version of the N7 is identical to the standard Wi-Fi version. The only difference being the presence of the SIM card tray on the left side near the bottom and of course the LTE Nexus 7 comes with 32GB of RAM standard. You get a SIM tool to help put your SIM card in and out and you also get a month of free LTE service from T-Mobile that you can take advantage of if you want. After sliding the MicroSIM card into the SIM card slot, the Nexus 7 is fired up and the Nexus 7 LTE automatically configures itself for your card and will actually show the LTE symbol on startup. Again, AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon area all supported and many smaller LTE providers might work too as the Nexus 7 LTE supports bands 1,2,3,4,5,13 and 17.