With its Nexus devices already sold out in Australia, Google has pushed live orders for the Nexus 4, 3G Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 in the UK, France, Germany and Spain allowing customers to get their hands on the heavily-discounted yet powerful Android smartphones and tablets.
Already, Google’s Play Store is under heavy demand, with many customers experiencing errors when they attempt to add a device to their shopping basket. Google’s website is also having problems staying up as it attempts to cope with the rush of orders.
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It’s no surprise given that the Nexus 4 starts at £239 for the 8GB model and £279 for the 16GB variant, coming in around half the cost of the Samsung Galaxy S III. The 3G Nexus 7 is now also available on sale for £239, while the Nexus 10 starts at £319 for the 16GB model and costs £389 for the 32GB variant.
Update: It appears the Nexus 4 has already sold out, as has the 32GB Nexus 10 model. As you can see from the comments below, a lot of Google customers are not happy with how Google handled the ordering process.