Nexus 7 3G back on sale in UK just in time for Christmas

News Richard Goodwin 10:36, 26 Nov 2012

Google’s 3G-enabled Nexus 7 is now back in stock after selling out following its initial release earlier this month

Google has replenished its stock of Nexus 7 3G slates after initially selling out of the device, following its release earlier this month. Priced at £239 for the 32GB variant and supporting HSPA+, Google says all orders will now be shipped within three-to-five days. 

Anyone that orders the Nexus 7 Wi-Fi-only version, that’s the cheaper one, by the way, can expect a similar delivery time frame, with the 16GB version costing £159 and the 32GB priced at an ultra-competitive £199. 

All Nexus 7 devices ship sans SIM-plans, meaning you’ll have to go out and find your own – we’d recommend looking at Three Mobile for this. It’s the only UK network that currently offers unlimited data plans. 

All 3G-enabled Nexus 7 slates are pentaband and support the following bands: 850, 900, 1700, 1900, 2100MHz. HSPA+ will ensure that you get better than average speeds when out and about but there is still no 4G-version of the Nexus 7 as yet.

Perhaps we'll see one in Q1 2013?

Previously languishing in obscurity, Google’s Nexus brand is now one of the biggest inside the Android space, with both of the company’s newest releases – the Nexus 7 3G and the Nexus 4 – selling out almost immediately after launch.

Google has confirmed that its Nexus 4 stock will be replenished within the next couple of weeks too after massive demand for the smartphone saw Google's stock depleted inside 30 minutes. 

Check out our review of the Google Nexus 4

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