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Google Nexus 4 on sale!

Google Nexus 4 on sale!
Designed by Google and manufactured by LG, the Nexus 4 was first released towards the end of 2012 but remains a relatively high-end smartphone. Google has dropped the price of Nexus 4....!

Google has stated that the Nexus 4 can be picked up for at least 25 percent off in Australia, Canada, Germany, France, Spain, Korea, the United States, and the UK. If you bought the smartphone in the last 15 days, Google has offered to refund the difference through its Price Protection program.

It's not clear why Google has knocked so much off the already low price, particularly as it hasn't given the Nexus 10 tablet a similar discount. Retailers often discount products ahead of a new model launch, so it's possible we might be seeing a new Nexus phone on the way.

Rumor has it that a new Nexus phone, dubbed the Nexus 5, is coming soon. It’s unknown whether this phone will be as cheap as the Nexus 4 was when it launched last year.
It's possible too that Google has limited stock of the smartphone. When it first launched there were severe stock delays forcing excited phone fans to wait well over a month to snag their new smartphone.

According the independent - in the UK, Customers can purchase the 8GB version of the smartphone for £159, or the 16GB version for £199.

While according the Time Tech - in the US, The Nexus 4 now costs $200 for the 8 GB model and $250 for the 16 GB model.

Those prices aren’t incredible if you’re used to buying your phones through major wireless carriers at subsidized prices, but compared to most unlocked phones, the Nexus 4 is cheap but this cut in prices by Google still represents incredibly value.

The Nexus 4 includes an 8 MP rear facing camera, a 4.7-inch display with a 1280 x 720 resolution, a quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM.

Are you going to buy a Nexus?