Google’s new Nexus products are almost ready to be launched, as we’re just a day away from November 13, the official release date for the Nexus 4 smartphone and the Nexus 10 tablet. And just in case you forgot, there are also new Nexus 7 flavors to go around also.
But when will Google actually launch them? A recent report revealed that Google will not let buyers pre-order any of the new devices. Instead, they will be available for purchase on November 13, and ship in the following days.
Now, Google Germany’s Stefan Keuchel is warning Android fans that there’s no point waiting around for November 13 midnight to arrive to get their Nexus orders in. Apparently the new devices will start selling at some point in the afternoon/evening in the region, which could be true for all of Europe. Here’s what the Google employee said (Google translation):
As I learned today, the ordering is, however, open only on Tuesday afternoon / early evening. So it makes no sense today to persevere at midnight in front of computer to buy a Nexus device. I like to keep you informed as soon as I get new information.
So does that mean that North American buyers will be able to get their orders in tomorrow morning? We’ll keep you updated.
Update: the same Keuchel posted an update on the matter, letting buyers know that shopping can start tomorrow morning instead of afternoon/evening as previously indicated. Here’s his Google-translated message:
Update: Your will for me crazy explain (and rightly so), but I have just received the news that the Nexus devices (N4, N7 and N10) now but tomorrow morning (for breakfast) will be available through Google Play!
Will U.S. and Canadian buyers be able to place their orders at midnight then?