Google introduces Nexus 4 store locator

Google introduces Nexus 4 store locator

In the market for a new Android smartphone but really need the “Pure Google” experience? Have you thought about picking up a Nexus 4 from the Google Play Store?  Oh, you want to see it in person and play with a demo first?  No problem, just check out the new Nexus 4 store locator, announced today. For all practical purposes, the tool is a T-Mobile locator at this point. The Nexus 7 locator, however, provides a whole slew of returns, including Gamestop, Staples, and Walmart stores.

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4 Comments

  1. LimaTango
    February 15, 09:31 Reply

    Not applicable in the UK, at least not within 50 miles of my location.

  2. Arpatruc
    February 15, 09:41 Reply

    google can go fuck themselves for teasing us with devices that are nowhere available on non existing stores.

    Half a year after their launch, none of the nexsucks devices are available in continental europe.
    Fuck you, google.

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