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Nexus 5 comes with free Nexus 7 at Carphone Warehouse

The Google Nexus 5 costs £295, and comes with a free 2012 Google Nexus 7 tablet at Carphone Warehouse.

The Google Nexus 5 costs £295 from Carphone Warehouse -- and comes with a free Google Nexus 7 tablet if you buy it on a 4G contract.

Everyone's favourite anachronistically monikered phone shop is offering the 7-inch tablet for free with the new 5-inch phone, but you have to be quick: only the first 1,000 phone fans to snag a Nexus 5 on a 4G deal from Carphone Warehouse when it goes on sale tomorrow will take home a 16GB, 2012 Nexus 7 too.

The 5-inch Nexus 5, announced in the US tonight, is free from the automotive-mobile barn on selected contracts from the networks. The new phone starts at £32 from O2, but is at the time of writing is not coming to Vodafone or EE.

The hotly anticipated new phone costs £295 and packs a 2.26GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor under a 4.95-inch, 445ppi screen with an 8-megapixel camera on the back. It's also the first device to show off Android 4.4 KitKat.


So as if the new Nexus 5 wasn't already bargainous enough, if you're quick you also get the Nexus 7. That's last year's model -- not the brand-new version that's been in shops for around a month -- but it's still got a high-definition screen and quad-core processor and is worth a cool £130.

CNET is on the ground at the Nexus 5 launch, so stick around for the first pictures, videos and hands-on first impressions. We'll have all the first UK prices and release dates too. 

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