The longer a smartphone, a tablet or any other device is on the market, the cheaper it becomes. It is a natural process. Google’s Nexus 4 has been on sale for 10 months and, although the phone has already been discounted, it was about time for another price cut, especially since a new generation is just around the corner. That Google cut the price of its latest offering is by no means unusual. What is rather surprising is by how much the price was reduced.
Google Nexus 4 gets $100 cheaper…
The 8 GB variant of the Nexus 4 is currently available for $199, which is a standard price level set for high-end smartphones sold by carriers with two-year contracts. Keep in mind, that the Nexus 4 is offered unlocked, so we are talking here about no agreements to tie you to a carrier.
If 8 GB of storage is not enough, you can grab the 16 GB variant of the phone for $249. Another good news is that a 25% discount will apply not only to US-bound devices, but also to the units sold in Australia, Canada, Germany, Spain, Korea and the UK.
Even though the Nexus 4 is almost a year old, it is still considered an attractive offering. Key features of the phone include a 4.7-inch True HD IPS Plus display, quad-core 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S4 processor and 2 GB of RAM. The phone is equipped with an 8-megapixel rear camera and a 1.3-megapixel front-facing shooter.
The phone ships with the latest version of Android. Moreover, the OS is not modified by manufacturer-made UI, offering you Android experience in the purest form.