The Nexus 4 is coming your way, provided you live in Korea, according to a recent Google announcement.
Google Korea, quoted by Yonhap News, says that it would start selling the Nexus 4 in Korea, in order to be able to compete better with Samsung’s Galaxy devices and Apple’s iPhone. The handset is already available on the Korean Google Play Store.
It seems that only the black version can be purchased, with no mention of the recently announced white version. Still, the white version could launch in the future, as South Korea could be one of the select markets in Asia getting it.
If you’re in Korea, you can buy both the 8 and 16GB versions, for 399,000 won (approximately $350) and 459,000 won (around $405), respectively. It took quite a while for the Nexus 4 to reach users in its native country of Korea. As you may remember, it has been made available in the U.S. and parts of Europe since last November.
Still, better late than never, so if you’re in Korea you can go ahead and get your hands on the Nexus 4 and enjoy that stock Android experience (of course, you can always wait for the Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Edition or HTC’s rumored One running vanilla Android).
If you’re not sure what to do, you can always take a look at our Nexus 4 review.
If you’re in Korea, will you get a Nexus 4?