The Nexus 7 3G will set you back £239. The high-end version of Google’s dirt cheap 7-inch tablet sports 32GB of internal memory and a slot for a SIM card, which allows you to enjoy more from 3G data. The device was launched alongside the Nexus 10 and the Nexus 4, but was quickly sold out.
According to The Next Web, Google Play now has replenished its Nexus 7 3G stock. The 8GB (£159) and 32GB (£199) Wi-Fi-only versions are also available. If you order any of the devices from Google Play, expect the devices to be delivered to you within three to five business days.
If you’re looking to get your hands on the Nexus 4, unfortunately, the smartphone is still out of stock.
The new Nexus smartphone sporting a 4.7-inch HD display and quad-core processor went live on Google Play on the 13th of November for £239. However, it was sold out in less than thirty minutes the device went on sale.
Currently, the Nexus 4 is available via O2 and Three, but signing up for their contract deals just aren’t worth it. It is also available via eBay, but at astronomical prices. So if you want to get the SIM-free version of the device at a bargain, you’ll have no choice but to wait until Google replenishes its stock.
Google Play has also replenished its Nexus 10 stock. This goes for the 16GB and 32GB versions. However, it will take around one to two weeks for the 10-inch tablet to be delivered.
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