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Google's just updated the Google Play devices store in the UK, with official pricing for the new Nexus 4 phone and Nexus 10 tablet, both of which land in the U.K., U.S. and other territories on Nov. 13.

  • Nexus 4 - £239 for 8GB, £279 for 16GB
  • Nexus 10 - £319 for 16GB, £389 for 32GB

Nexus 4 will be available first in the U.S., U.K., Australia, France, Germany, Spain and Canada. Nexus 10 launch territories are U.S., U.K., Australia, France, Germany, Spain, Canada and Japan.


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Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 priced and dated in the UK


About 2/3 the price of a SG3, OneX etc, AND Google Music coming here at last on the 13th Wooohoooo!

If only Google could expand its wings to other countries (Turkey especially), I bet in the next few months I will see most people will be carrying nexus devices. Be it a smartphone or a tablet.

Google, I am still sincerely waiting for that day to come :D

Yeah this is a great price point.
The tech might not be amazingly better than last year, but they are at least making improvements on producing them cheaper. Finally I get a Nexus phone :-)

At this price, I'm going to buy the phone outright an change my contract - I'll save £22.10 a month on the contract plus I'll be on a 1 month rolling contract as opposed to a 2-year one.

Yeah, prices are very keen.

It will be interesting to see the non-nexus Samsung tablets which will derive from the nexus10.
What would have been amazing would be a Nexus10Note!

Argh. Always so tempted by shiny new Nexus devices. I'm forcing myself to wait for next year's refresh though and will stick with my GNex until then - despite that oh so tempting price.

As for the N10 - I'm all over that like a bad rash. 32GB all the way.

I would get this but I use my phone (s3) for music,16gb is just not good enough. Google music is useless when you use the underground and trains where signal sucks. Please Google release 32gb or even 64gb I would happily pay £380 for it

Great price on the Nexus 4.

I hope that this will force down flagship smartphone prices just like the Nexus 7 has done in the 7" tablet market.

Better to buy directly from Google or locally? I seem to remember reading that the Google direct phones get software updated earlier than other non direct Nexus?