Nexus 10 Back in Stock Alongside Nexus 4

The Nexus 10, which earlier this month fell out of stock at the Google Play Store, has made its triumphant return tonight joining the Nexus 4 which also recently returned to Google’s online marketplace.

Read: 6 Exciting Android Tablets for 2013.

Earlier this week, the Nexus 4, after being out of stock for more than a month on the Play Store, finally returned to virtual shelves. Since then, the device has remained available to order with shipping times staying at one to two weeks. In fact, many of those who have placed orders say that they have already received shipment notifications, well ahead of the expected wait.

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The Nexus 10 is back in the Google Play Store.

Google’s other sold out Nexus device, the Nexus 10 tablet from Samsung, also moved out of its ‘Sold Out’ state though up until a few minutes ago, the tablet was listed as ‘Temporarily Out of Stock.’

Now, the tablet is listed as available as the Nexus 4 is with both the 16GB and 32GB variants listed as in stock and shipping out in one to two weeks. And if the Nexus 4’s situation is any indication, those who place an order today will more than likely receive their Nexus 10 tablet well ahead of its expected arrival date.

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Google’s Nexus 10 debuted back in November alongside the Nexus 4. It is one of two Nexus tablets offered through Google’s Play Store joining the Nexus 7, Google’s 7-inch Android tablet, which launched back in July of last year.

Read: Nexus 4 Orders Shipping Swiftly.

The Samsung-made tablet features a 10.1-inch display with 2560-by-1600 resolution, a Exynos 5 dual-core processor, two cameras, 2GB of RAM, a 9,000 mAh battery, and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. Those features and its cheap price points have made it a slate worth consideration.

Despite its recent release, the Nexus 10 has not been immune to rumors of a succession with whispers about a Nexus 10 successor, featuring a better GPU, popping up ahead of MWC 2013 and Google I/O. It’s possible that we could see a refresh but more likely is the debut of a successor to the Nexus 7 which is approaching its first birthday.

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