It may have taken the 16GB Nexus 10 longer, but it has now joined the 32GB Nexus 10, the Nexus 4, and the Nexus 7 3G in the “sold out” category. This means in less than three days, customers have lapped up every new Nexus device being offered on Google Play.

The Nexus brand has always been popular among those who are looking for a pure Google device, but Google’s decision to price the new crop of Nexus devices to move has really done wonder for the brand’s sales-pulling power.

If only Google would stop treating its Play Store as a beta and provide a better buying experience for customers – especially when releasing new hardware. Oh well, here’s hoping that the next Nexus launch won’t be as chaotic.

After what happened, are you still on Nexus team?

Bams Sadewo
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