Both white Nexus 4 versions have been sold out on the U.S. Play Store, Google has confirmed.
The white 8GB Nexus 4 with bumper Google Play deal is not available to buyers anymore. Read on for more details!
The One is a grand slam for HTC, and the Galaxy S4 is a healthy progression for Samsung’s feature lineup. What if those were Nexus devices?! The world wondered aloud, and looked crossly in the direction of LG’s subtle buzz generator.
We take a look at the best Android smartphones available in the United States in June 2013, on contract and off contract, budget or high end.
We take a look at some of the best cheap Android smartphones currently available in the market in the US, both with and without a contract.
With Android Authority’s monthly buying guides covering all major markets around the world, we save you the trouble of doing the research by providing a comprehensive list of all the best Android smartphones available to you in India.
If the Nexus 4 is your dream phone, it can be yours for $19.99 down, plus $17 per month for a period of 24 months. However, if you prefer to purchase it from T-Mobile by paying for the device in full, you’ll have to shell out $427.99.
Not all Android smartphones are created equal. And yet most of the very best models that have ever come out have one common ingredient: the stock Android operating system. Here, we list the best ones yet. Can you think of some more?
Finding the plan can be tricky, as T-Mobile doesn’t make it immediately noticeable. To find it, you’ll need to visit T-Mobile’s prepaid site, which is also not easy to locate from their main site. Want to get it? We show you how!
The Galaxy S4 and HTC One with Nexus user experience have sent shockwaves through the Android community. But which phone should you buy on June 26th? Stick around as we analyze the two smartphones so that you can make the right decision.