by Bams Sadewo, 7 months ago
As it approaches its one-year anniversary, the Galaxy Nexus is still going strong and hasn’t lost its shine among Android enthusiasts. We’re not sure if that fully applies to the Verizon variant, but for those…
The Nexus 4 is definitely one of the hottest device to purchase this Christmas, with plenty of Android fans rushing to buy the device in various markets. Earlier today we learned that UK and Germany Google Play Stores list the 8GB Nexus 4 version as out of stock, while the 16GB model is showing ship times of 5-6 weeks.
We also told you that Amazon has both Nexus 4 variants in stock, although you can expect limited supply and premium prices for the device.
Now Android Police tells us that the T-Mobile Nexus 4 is also back in stock, but it’s currently showing a $399.99 price. And that’s with a 2-year contract not the outright cost of an unlocked handset.
The same report reveals that existing T-Mobile customers can get the handset for $199 with a new contract, but new subscribers will probably get the $399.99 price. Is it all just a mistake from T-Mobile, or is the carrier trying to make an extra buck given the popularity of the handset?
Have you purchased a subsidized T-Mobile Nexus 4 today? How much did you pay?