Like the Nexus 4 smartphone, Google’s new Nexus 10 tablet is now completely sold out through the U.S. Google Play Store leaving customers to wonder when it will return to stock.
Yesterday, Google was sold out of the 32GB Nexus 10 model only. Now, the 16GB Nexus 10 tablet has joined the larger capacity model and is no longer available to buy through Google’s Play Store. In place of the ‘Add to Cart’ button is a message that states that the device is out of stock and that those interested in buying one will need to check back soon for replenished stock.
Google does not say when stock will arrive so it could be a matter of days or even weeks before the Nexus 10 is live and available to order again.
There is some good news for those that might be worried about placing an order in time for the holiday though. Google promised that it would be getting more stock in for its sold out items and one of those sold out devices, the Nexus 7 HSPA+, is already back in stock. The device was listed as sold out yesterday through the Google Play Store but just a day later, it’s back in stock available to buy.
Perhaps the same thing will happen with one or both versions of the Nexus 10 though that remains to be seen. For now, the device remains unavailable through Google’s Play Store.
Those who are looking for alternatives can try a local Walmart as the retailer is selling the 32GB model. Availability of course will vary from store to store so it’s worth calling ahead to see if there is stock.
The Nexus 10 is part of Google’s latest slew of Nexus-branded devices. It features a large 10.1-inch HD display with 2560-by-1600 resolution, dual-core processor, massive battery and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, Google’s latest operating system.