International Nexus 7 (2013) sign-up pages set up, local Google Play Stores yet to take orders

by: Chris SmithJuly 28, 2013

Nexus 7

Google has published Nexus 7 (2013) sign-up pages specific for all the other countries where the new tablet will soon be available for purchase, but the device is yet to be listed in those local Google Play Stores.

In addition to the U.S., the new Nexus 7 will be available “in the coming weeks” in eight countries including UK, Germany, France, Spain, South Korea, Japan, Australia and Canada.

While some local retailers in those markets are already listing the new device as available for pre-order, some people will want to buy it directly from the local Google Play Store.

Google has already listed local sign-up pages for the markets above, where users can fill in their email address to be notified when the new Nexus 7 will ship. Interestingly, in addition to those eight countries, a sign-up page for India has also been set up.

New Nexus 7

Those web pages are similar in format to the U.S. Nexus 7 product page available at

Here’s where you need to go to sign-up for more info:

  • UK:
  • Germany:
  • France:
  • Spain:
  • South Korea:
  • Japan:
  • Australia:
  • Canada:
  • India:

In case you were wondering, following the URL pattern above for any other country will simply get you to the U.S. new Nexus 7 page, where you can read more details about the product, (although you won’t be able to order it), or you’ll be redirected to the Nexus 7 (2012) page (or other Nexus product pages), in case the Nexus devices can be purchased from Google Play in that country.

We’ll be back with more details about the Google Play Store Nexus (2013) launch as soon as we have them.

  • Luka Mlinar

    I don’t get why the hell Play store doesn’t ship to everyone inside the EU? Just charge extra shipping if you need to.

    • OMGgary

      Yes, I don’t know either what is the deal with selling the device via Play Store in some countries and not in others.

      I can understand with things like the Music/Books/Magazines/TV shows/Movies there would be distribution rights etc., which needed to be negotiated, before they can offer them. But with hardware devices like Nexus who or what is blocking them?

      I had to get my 1st gen Nexus 7 from CarPhone Warehouse, but some other bricks ‘n mortar retailers here in Ireland, such as Curry’s/PC World also sold it. Getting a hold of the other Nexus devices, the 4 and the 10, is a pain in the a.. here, since you either have to use a UK credit card and some sort of parcel forwarding service, or buy off eBay at inflated prices.

      • Luka Mlinar

        Falls down to customs charges but this it the thing i don’t get: there are no customs charges if the product is shipped inside the EU.
        I know m8. Friend told me it was a pain to get the Nexus 4 in Israel. Here people go to Germany, buy a ton then sell them here over the classified ads. That or you need to pay 596€ to get it in the store.

  • Qbancelli

    I ordered 3 days ago in the US and the page says it will ship by July 30.
    So it must ship tomorrow, I hope….

  • SContrerasMer

    Why doesnt Those fags at google have South America into their plans, i mean, latinamerican countries are a big market , many of them have ecconomical trets with the US so you can get a good profit from South America

    • TouchMyBox

      You must be a real hit at parties.

  • Balraj

    It’s coming to India
    Yay !!!!!!!

  • Kapil

    When google released nexus 7 in india a year later, just to clear their stocks, I burned in hate but may be they were just testing the demand. Anyways, hope they release nexus devices on time because I love stock android more than those crappy skins.(sense is good.)

  • Joshua Hill

    They make you sign up for all their updates not just the Nexus. That’s totally lame Google.

  • Umesh Krishna

    Yes! . It is coming to India sooner.. So excited

  • jdfreire

    well…i live in Brazil and my expectation about when this jewel arrived here is bad…if in europe the time is August…imagine here…