Today is certainly Nexus 4 day, and there’s only one way to end such a day — with a white Nexus 4! Popular devices are known for having a white counterpart and apparently the Nexus 4 is no different. The guys over at phoneArena received photo evidence of such a device existing, and while it was void of any information such as availability, cost, etc., it does leave us to drool a bit.
I can tell you one thing, there’s no shortage of Nexus 4 devices today. First we hear rumors of the Play store receiving fresh stock today, then we hear about Best Buy carrying the device, and now, we get word of Wirefly offering what appears to be the lowest on-contract pricing we’ve yet to see.
Well that was fast! It was just yesterday that we told you about T-Mobile’s fresh stock of Nexus 4 devices, and already, they’re sold out. At this point, I’m at a loss for words. Obviously there’s a demand for the device, so why the lack of supply?
If you’ve been holding out for a Nexus 4, in hopes they would one day return to the Play Store, you might want to consider giving T-Mobile a look. As promised, T-Mobile has been stocking their shelves (both physical and virtual) with Nexus 4 devices and are ready to ship them out to anyone willing to hand over their cash.
It would appear LG isn’t too confident in their attempt at a mobile phone comeback as they’ve set their 2013 goal a bit low in comparison to other major players. LG will be happy if they can sell 75 million handsets in 2013, and of that 75 million, they’re only shooting for a goal of 45 million smartphones.
If you happen to own a LG Optimus G, it’s time to start getting excited. It looks like Jelly Bean is on its way as LG has begun rolling out the Android 4.1 update to users in South Korea. Call me optimistic, but I don’t expect it to be very long before the rest of the Optimus G world starts seeing the update.
Speaking of the Nexus 4, it looks like T-Mobile will begin carrying this elusive beast in all their retail stores starting this month. If you still haven’t managed to score a Nexus 4 from Google Play and don’t mind paying an extra $150, you might want to consider walking into your local T-Mobile store to see when they’ll have them in stock.