As you know, Google today started selling the LG Nexus 4, 3G-compatible ASUS Nexus 7, and Samsung Nexus 10.  Unfortunately, only the two latter devices – the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 – are still being sold in both the United Kingdom and United States , as the Nexus 4 has been sold out for customers in both countries.

According to CNET, the depletion of Google’s stock took just minutes in the US – compared to an hour in the UK – and now the web pages that would normally show users an option to buy the phone instead state that both 8GB and 16GB models are “Coming Soon.”

It remains to be seen if demand for a $299 flagship phone was the key factor in the Nexus 4 selling out, or if Google simply didn’t have much stock to begin with; but what is known is that, unfortunately, the Nexus 4 is sold out in two countries – an event that will likely translate to a number of other countries in which the phone launched today.

If you were instead interested in getting a Nexus 7 or Nexus 10, you’re in luck: the US Play Store is showing that all models of the Nexus 7 are still for sale, while only the 16GB Nexus 10 is still available.

Considering how quickly Google sold out of the Nexus 4, I would recommend getting your order in for one of the tablets as quickly as possible so you can be sure to get one as soon as possible.

[Google Play Store Devices via CNET: 1, 2]