Living in Europe and being able to easily buy a Nexus device have traditionally been mutually exclusive. With the possible exception of a couple of countries, getting your hands on a Nexus in Europe usually meant having to jump through a million hoops and deal with a very limited availability. Compounded with the fact that basically every other Nexus launch to date has been a fiasco in one way or another, you could count yourself lucky if you managed to grab one in time for Christmas.
Fortunately, Nexus manufacturers and Google have learned from their mistakes, and things have improved greatly compared to previous years. As a whole, preorders in the US went swimmingly, and today — barely a month after the US launch — the Nexus 5X is available to order in Europe. Read More
If you've been eying the Nexus 6P but haven't been able to pick it up due to supply constraints, now may be the time to do it. The following 6 configurations are no longer listed as Sold Out on the U.S. Google Store:
- Frost 128GB
- Graphite 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB
- Aluminium 32GB and 64GB
Google typically phases the previous generation Nexus out whenever a new model comes to replace it, but the Nexus 6 is a partially massive device that leaves plenty of reasons to prefer 2013's smaller option. Unfortunately, the device has faded in and out of stock since its successor arrived, leaving folks to hunt on eBay and elsewhere. But now the Nexus 5 is back in the Play Store in both 16GB and 32GB.
Note, the Nexus 5 is only available in black. Google took down the white and red versions in early December, and it wouldn't be safe to hold your breath waiting for them to come back. Read More
The black leather Moto 360 is currently up on the U.S. Play Store, though it probably won't last long. After going out of stock pretty much immediately at launch several days ago, it is already listed as shipping September 22nd, a full two weeks from now. The gray leather variant remains out of stock.
Update #1 9/8/14 1:55pm PT: Aaaand it's gone.
Update #2 9/9/14 1:15pm PT: Back in stock. This time, it "leaves warehouse in 2 - 3 weeks."
Update #3 9/9/14 3:37pm PT: Sold out again.
The Moto 360 has been in high demand, though some early reviews indicate poor performance and battery life, especially with the ambient display setting turned on (we're talking having trouble getting through a single day without recharging). Read More
Just a quick note for those who have been pining after the more capacious of the white Nexuses: it's back. After a couple of days absence from the Google Play Store, customers in the United States can now order a white Nexus 4 for the low, low price of $349. It even includes the white bumper accessory, just so you won't forget that you've got the lily white version of the phone when you're looking at its all-black screen and bezel.
As usual, the phone is shipping in 1-2 business days. The 8GB white Nexus 4 is still there too, bumper and all, in case you want to save a bit of dough on its $299 price. Read More
Months after the worldwide release, the Nexus 4 is still in short supply in nearly every market around the globe. If you're in Australia or Spain (and reading this on Tuesday) you might have a shot at grabbing the world's most elusive Android phone. The local editions of the Play Store are currently showing the Nexus 4 in stock in both 8GB and 16GB flavors.
The last time that the Nexus 4 was available in both these countries, the supply dwindled almost immediately - according to commenters, Spanish supplies were depleted in an eye-popping ten minutes. If you're reading this in las horas de la madrugada in Europe or early arvo down under, you'd better hurry and get your order in as soon as possible. Read More
Australians on the prowl for the Nexus 4, your time has finally come. You were last, after U.S., Canada, Germany, Spain, France, and UK, but who's holding grudges? Just like our tipster indicated, both the 8GB and the 16GB Nexus 4s are on sale on the Play Store as of a few minutes ago. The Bumper, unfortunately, seems to be out, but that's a minor niggle in the grand scheme of things.
If you're waiting your turn for a chance to buy the Nexus 4 off the Google Play Store in the UK, France, Spain, or Australia, then listen up. The elusive Nexus 4 stock should be replenished in the aforementioned countries come January 30th (January 31st for Australia).
According to our tipster who was spot-on this morning about the 9am U.S. launch (Germany and Canada are already live as well), "Temporarily Out Of Stock" will finally switch to "In Stock" at the following times:
There's no word on whether the bumper cases will go on sale, so be sure to check once the Nexus 4 is live. Read More
Have you got a case of the Nexus 4 blues? Unfortunately, it’s still out of stock in the Play Store. We know from a recent interview that LG is citing underestimated demand as the reason for the phone’s seemingly endless unavailability. That’s something Google CEO Larry Page says the company is working on. But if you want a Nexus 4 right now in the States, there is another option, as long as you’re willing to sign a contract with a carrier.
The Nexus 4 is back in stock online, through T-Mobile, after being sold out for weeks. It's now been several hours, but the Add To Cart button is still there - a refreshing development considering recent shortages. Read More
Like riding a roller coaster, it seems like ordering Nexus devices from the Play Store is full of its ups and downs. Today, it's up! At least, for the 16GB and 32GB Nexus 10 for U.S. customers. The two tablets have just gone back in stock via Google's storefront. There is even an encouraging "Ships in less than one week" disclaimer. Ordering seems to be working flawlessly at the moment, though, there isn't a huge rush right now. Still, if you're looking to get one, this would be a good time.
As you probably already know, the 16GB costs $399 and 32GB costs $499. Read More