The Nexus 4 is the new lady in town with every potential Android user trying to get his/her hands on it. Although Google’s launching of the device was plagued by certain issues, the demand for the device has certainly not gone down. Importers in various countries of Europe and Asia are selling the device at a premium price tag, which certainly isn’t a problem for the buyers. However, in the midst of all those premium priced devices, it’s hard to find a good deal anywhere. But Daily Steals has one now on the 16GB version of the LG Nexus 4. The device is being sold for $499, which is what the device goes for off-contract on T-Mobile’s shelves. It isn’t exactly the same price as Google offered in its launch a couple of weeks ago, but it’s not all that bad either considering that some retailers on eBay are even selling it for north of $1000.
It must be noted though that Daily Steals only has this offer for a very limited period, so it would make sense to order the device immediately if you’re interested. The deal closes at midnight today (EST). It is believed that Daily Steals takes up to six business days to ship the order, and in some cases it would take a few weeks post the shipping to reach the customer. Customers in the past have had some complaints with Daily Steals, but if you’re desperate enough to get the smartphone irrespective of the waiting period, this is a deal you can’t miss. The Nexus 4 on the Play Store still remains sold out, and there’s no word on when exactly it will be back in stock again, although it was initially reported that it would take a couple of weeks to get it back in stock.
The Nexus 4 is the grand daddy of all Android smartphones right now and one of the most desired too. Price is a huge selling point for the device and if you don’t mind paying the extra $150 compared to Google’s pricing, it’s not a bad deal at all. Bear in mind, the phone is unlocked and can be used with any carrier. Does it sound like an appealing offer? Or would you rather wait for Google’s re-stocking of the device on the Play Store? We recommend you go with the latter option, as there is less risk involved there. In the meantime, you can bask in the glory of what’s to come in the world of Android instead of keeping yourself glued to the Play Store page and that F5 button.