THE ANDROID 5.0 LOLLIPOP Nexus 9 tablet started shipping in the UK on Monday, although buyers might struggle to get their mitts on a 32GB model.
Those who pre-ordered the Nexus 9 at the Google Play store should expect a tablet-shaped delivery to turn up today, after Google promised a 3 November release.
The 16GB model, in black and white, can be ordered from Google's shop now with "one to two days" shipping promised, but those after the 32GB model might be disappointed.
The black 32GB Nexus 9 tablet promptly sold out last month, and the while model is now also showing as unavailable. A message on Google Play reads: "We are out of stock. Please check back soon."
The sand-coloured Nexus 9 is still showing as unavailable, and Google has yet to start taking orders for the tablet. The 32GB LTE model is also not available to order yet, although Google has confirmed the 4G tablet's £459 price tag.
Buyers won't be able to grab a 32GB Nexus 9 over at Amazon either, as the retail giant has pushed back shipping to 15 December.
The Google Nexus 9 was unveiled last month as the firm's HTC-built Android 5.0 flagship. The tablet touts an 8.9in 2048x1536 IPS display, a 64-bit Nvidia Tegra K1 chip and 2GB RAM.
It also comes with dual 8MP and 1.6MP cameras and a 6,700mAh battery, and is the first tablet to run Google's Android 5.0 Lollipop software, equipping it with a refreshed design, default encryption, Samsung's Knox security suite and a battery saving mode.
Check out our Nexus 9 release date, price and specs roundup. µ
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