Google Nexus

Google Nexus

When Google released its LG-made Google Nexus 4 and Samsung-made Google Nexus 10 devices to the world on November 13th, it didn’t take long for stock to dry up. All Nexus 4 models sold out in under a half hour, and the only Nexus 10 model that made it through the first day was the 16GB version. About two days later, the 16GB Nexus 10 models were sold out too.

Want to get your hands on a 16GB Nexus 10? Google Play is now showing that the Samsung Nexus 10 is back in stock and ready to go. There is a lot to love about the Nexus 10, such as its sharp screen which even outperforms Apple’s retina display. All around, the specs meet or exceed what competitors have to offer and yet the tablet starts at just $399.99.

Google Nexus 10 and Google Nexus 4 – How Many Sold?

We know that both Nexus devices sold out extremely quickly, but what about actual numbers? Not surprising at all, we know very little. Some reports say Google had huge stocks ready to go and demand was just at a crazy all time high. Others say that with most markets selling out in hours or less, there couldn’t have been much stock to go around in the first place.

So what is making the devices so hot? First, they have rather high build quality for Android devices. Second, Google doesn’t need to make money on them. The goal is to get more users on its network, taking in ads and connecting into the Google ecosystem. This is why Google isn’t afraid to give the handsets away at extremely low pricing.

Did you manage to snag an LG Nexus 4 or Samsung Nexus 10? What do you think of your brand new Nexus device? Everything you had hoped it would be?

Via: Google Play store


3 COMMENTS
  1. why does the US have stock and not Canada, as far as I know, Canadian orders get shipped from US anyways. This really sucks, talk about double standard. US have had stock for the 16GB all weekend, and they can’t even split some of it for Canadians to order

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