Google has started accepting orders for the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 in the Play Store. Shoppers in the UK eager to pick up the stock Android phone can choose from 8GB or 16GB variants, priced at £239 and £279 respectively, while those in Australia will be paying A$349 for 8GB and A$399 for 16GB. Anyone in the UK more interested in Samsung’s tablet, meanwhile, will pay £319 for the 16GB model and £389 for the 32GB version, while Australians will be paying A$469 or A$569.
Several stores across Europe are also live — including France, Germany, and Spain — with the 8GB/16GB Nexus 4 priced at €299/€349, and the 16GB/32GB Nexus 10 costing €399/€499. The devices aren’t up in the US Play Store just yet, but when they do go live, customers will be paying $299/$349 for the 8GB/16GB Nexus 4, and $399/$499 for the 16GB/32GB Nexus 10.
Interestingly, Google is also offering a bumper case for the Nexus 4 not unlike what was created for the iPhone 4. Just like Apple’s offering, the case is designed to slip around the edge of the handset, but provides no protection for the glass back.
Read more: The Verge