The latest smartphone in the Nexus series was built by LG. Dubbed LG Nexus 4, the smartphone went on sale in Europe and North America about two weeks ago and was sold out in a matter of hours.Although the Nexus 7 3G stocks lasted a bit longer, the tablet disappeared from Google Play store a few days later.
Google promised it would restore the stock of Nexus 7 3G tablet as soon as possible, but it took the company two weeks to put it up for sale once again.
Slashgear reports that Android enthusiasts in the UK can now purchase the 3G version of Nexus 7 for £240/$385/€295 upfront via Google Play store.
The tablet is said to ship in 3-5 days, which means it is still in high demand. The Wi-Fi-only Nexus 7 is available as well and ships in the same amount of time.
It is also worth mentioning that the Nexus 7 3G packs 32GB of internal memory, along with an unlocked HSPA+ modem, which means the slate can be used on most European carriers.
Keep in mind that the Nexus 7 3G does not come with microSD card slot for memory expansion, but the 32GB of internal memory offered by default (actual available storage may be lower) should be enough for most Android heavy users.
The slate is bang for the buck as it offers the best ratio price/hardware. For those still unfamiliar with the tablet, the Nexus 7 is equipped with a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor clocked at 1.2 GHz, an ULP GeForce graphics processing unit and 1GB of RAM.
It also sports a 7-inch IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen display that supports 800 x 1280 pixels resolution (216 ppi) and features Corning Gorilla Glass coating. There’s also a 1.2-megapixel front-facing camera for video calls, NFC (Near Field Communication) support and Wi-Fi connectivity.