Okay so Android Central is reporting that the Google Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 pricing is up in the U.K. and though Google seems committed to keeping handset prices low so you can buy them un locked and sing songs about freedom as you pop a SIM in, The Nexus 10 looks like it might cost a little bit. If you were expecting barn burner prices like on the small but formidable Nexus 7 you can probably forget about that. Based on the current U.S. exchange rates with the British pound the pricing might look a little something like this.
- Nexus 4 - £239 for 8GB, £279 for 16GB in the U.S. that’s 383 and 447 dollars respectively
- Nexus 10 - £319 for 16GB, £389 for 32GB 511 and 623 dollars respectively
So what we may be looking here in the U.S. is a 499 Nexus 10 16 GB and 549 for the 32. All this is just guessing on my part U.K. pricing doesnt mean the U.S. pricing is set in stone but if you are like me you were hoping that the Nexus 10 would be quite a bit cheaper than that. Then again it is a Samsung. More on this as soon as news breaks and you can tune in and get my silly but realistic opinion at that time.