Google has updated its product pages on Google Play for the Nexus 4 smartphone and Nexus 10 tablet, now letting customers place orders.
(Screenshot by Joseph Hanlon/CNET Australia)
The smartphone goes on sale for AU$349 for the 8GB model and AU$399 for the 16GB version. The 10-inch Jelly Bean tablet also comes in two storage variations: a 16GB model for AU$469 and a 32GB model for AU$569. Both tablet options are Wi-Fi only, and all prices are before shipping costs.
Google is estimating three to five days for shipping.
These new devices are designed to showcase version 4.2 of the Android OS, known as Jelly Bean Plus. This is an incremental update to the original Jelly Bean release unveiled in June during the annual Google I/O developers conference. The Plus version enhances the original offering with performance tweaks, some UI changes and a new photography tool called Photo Sphere, which lets users create 360-degree panorama photos.
For a closer look at the Nexus 4, check out our hands-on gallery here.
Update: it seems the 16GB Nexus 4 may have already sold out. We've put in a request with Google to see how long it will be before more stock is made available.