The Nexus 4 from Google (which has been manufactured by LG, of course), is a smartphone that is still worth purchasing as it does come with its fair share of processing muscle even until today, although you can be sure that superior hardware specifications have arrived on the high end smartphone scene for the past few months already. Having said that, the LG Nexus 4 will arrive in 8GB and 16GB models, where it retails for $199 and $249, respectively. That will no longer be the case in selected markets, as the Nexus 4 has just been announced to receive at least a 25% discount – and these markets will include the likes of Australia, Canada, Germany, Spain, Korea, and the UK.
In fact, the price points mentioned happen to make the Nexus 4 quite the bargain, since most high end smartphone models in the US start from $200 onwards, and these will arrive with a contract, but with Google’s price points, those are contract-free devices, which would make them extremely attractive propositions to those who want a new smartphone that packs quite a punch, and yet it will not damage your bank account by much. Would you settle for the Nexus 4, or do you want something newer or more recent?
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