Nexus 4 Wireless Charger now available at Google Play Store
The Nexus 4 has been around for a few months now, and it is easily the best Pure Google experience device to date. And, as some know, one of the cooler and more practical features is the wireless charging capability. This week Google helped make the experience even better by officially introducing the wireless charger for the Google Nexus 4. Now available for purchase at the Google Play Store, the charger is $59.99 and should ship within a few days. .
The charger will be able to charge the Nexus 4 from zero to hundred percent in just four hours. Check it out here over at the Google Play Store.
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