Google announces Nexus 4 for November 13
And just like that, another rumor goes off to die. Google today announced that there’s a new Nexus smartphone to consider, giving us the 4.7-inch LG Nexus 4. Long expected to be the unlocked, Pure Google version of the Optimus G, the smartphone runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and features cutting-edge hardware such as wireless charging. The first wave of markets to see the Nexus 4 hit Google Play will be U.S., U.K., Australia, France, Germany, Spain and Canada
Pricing and availability for the Nexus 4 are as follows:
- 8GB for $299 unlocked/no-contract
- 16GB for $349unlocked/no-contract
- 16GB through T-Mobile USA (with 2-year service agreement) for $199
Who is picking one of these up and which one are you considering?
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