UK as well
Google’s new Nexus devices are out but what about EU pricing? Let me refresh your memory in case you were more interested in natural disasters than technology yesterday. The Nexus 4 is selling for $299 for 8GB and $349 for 16 GB in the US.
In Europe, let’s pick Germany as an example, the Nexus 4 8GB is available for preorder for €299 while the 16GB version sells for €349. These prices are with 19 percent VAT included, while US prices are without sales tax, as always.
In the UK, a country that uses yet another currency, the Nexus 4 sells for £239 for 8GB, £279 for 16GB version. Both phones are listed as coming soon, but we expect to see them at some point in mid-November.
The Nexus 10 sells for $399 for 16GB and $499 for 32GB in the US, while European consumers get to pay €399 for 16GB and €499 for 32GB and again, the tablet is listed but you cannot preorder just yet. In the UK this tablet sells for £319 for 16GB, £389 for 32GB.
The refreshed Nexus 7 16GB is now selling for €199, a 50 euro drop from the previous €249 price. The new Nexus 7 32GB is selling for €249 and both are available today. If you buy one today expect to get it in three to five days. The new Nexus 7 32GB 3G (mobile data) is listed for €299 and Google claims it’s coming soon.
In the UK the Nexus 7 is selling for £159 for 16GB, £199 for 32GB and £239 for 32GB + HSPA+ 3G with speeds up to 42Mbits per second.