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Nexus 10 16GB out of stock Google Play Store

Remember when the Google Play Store ran out of inventory of both the 8GB and 16GB models of the Nexus 4 last month? Well, it appears that the same thing may be happening to the Nexus 10. The 16GB version of Google and Samsung's tablet is now sold out in the Play Store, carrying the same "We are out of inventory. Please check back soon." status that both Nexus 4 models have had since September. The 32GB Nexus 10 is still in stock and ready to ship in 1-2 business days.

Google has yet to comment on the 16GB Nexus 10's new sold out status, so it's not yet known if this is really is a repeat of the Nexus 4 sellouts or if more inventory is coming. However, Droid-Life claims that the tablet has been sold out for nearly 24 hours. It's also worth noting that not only are we getting close to the one-year anniversary of Google's Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 announcements, but some recent leaks have shown that a new ASUS-made Nexus 10 may be on the way.

If you've been thinking about pulling the trigger on the current Nexus 10 and want to snag one before it pulls a Nexus 4-esque disappearing act, you can snag the 32GB tablet at the Play Store link below.

Via Droid-Life, Google Play Store: 16GB Nexus 10, 32GB Nexus 10


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