Nexus 4 sells out as Google Music goes live in UK

Cloud music service launches in the UK

The Nexus 4 will certainly have Google smiling after it was revealed that the big spec small budget smartphone sold out in under an hour on Google Play

The Google Nexus 4 has sold out in under an hour following its UK release this morning on the Google Play Store. At the same time Google launched its new Google Music cloud service and the Nexus 10 tablet.

Both the 8GB and 16GB versions of the Nexus 4 have sold out with the website now allowing customers to sign up for an alert when it becomes available again.

To coincide with the launch of their new Nexus line-up Google Music has now gone live in the UK letting users upload their music libraries to the cloud and then stream them or download them via any Android device or PC/Mac.

Letting you store up to 20,000 songs from your library or iTunes library Google Music also has a store which lets you try out and buy new music as well.

The Nexus 10 which features the world's highest resolution display on a tablet was also launched today with the 32GB model also selling out fast, it's not known when Google will have more stock.

Both the Nexus 10 and the Nexus 10 come with the latest update to Android Jelly Bean which gives you multiple user accounts on tablets and the new PhotoSphere feature which lets you take full 360-degree images.