Nexus 4

T-Mobile Nexus 4 price drops to $49.99 for a limited time

In most cases we would suggest grabbing the Nexus 4 direct from the Google Play Store and avoiding the contract, however we realize that cost is often an issue and that being the case -- it is hard to argue with a $50 purchase price. Granted, that is $50 along with a two-year commitment, however that somehow seems much nicer as compared to the regular T-Mobile purchase price of $200. Basically, for a limited time, T-Mobile has the Nexus 4 selling at a deep discount.

LG Nexus 4 shipments have reportedly topped 1 million

The Nexus 4 appears to have reached the big milestone -- 1 million in terms of device shipments. The catch here though, this latest figure is based off of what we have seen in the past. If you remember back to early January, we saw reports about the Nexus 4 as having reached the 375,000 mark. While playing with serial numbers can be fun and interesting in a geeky way, we do have to remind everyone that the 375k number was later discussed by an LG executive.

BlackBerry Z10 vs Nexus 4: pricing is everything

We have already touched on why we love the Nexus 4 so much. If you remember, one of those reasons was pricing, which we think will often play an important role. Stepping outside of the world of Android for a moment and today was a rather big day for BlackBerry. The company announced a pair of smartphones, one of which is the Z10, a full-touchscreen device that will arrive running BlackBerry 10.

Nexus 4 availability returning on a global basis

We haven't seen an official statement from Google or LG, however it does appear as if they have gotten the inventory situation under control. That of course, comes from the recent Nexus 4 availability in the US market as well as news of availability on a more global scale. In short, the Nexus 4 appears to coming available around the world.

Why the Nexus 4 is selling like mad

The Nexus 4 has been slowly coming back to an available status. Here in the US we saw inventory arrive with T-Mobile earlier in the month and that was followed with Best Buy last evening and Google Play earlier today. There is still some question as to whether the inventory issues are because LG is not making enough or because Google is selling them in mass quantities. That said, given the reaction and excitement about the handset being available -- it is clear that the Nexus 4 is a device that people want.
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