Google’s Nexus 4 may not be coming to Sprint, but the smartphone that it was based on, the LG Optimus G, has been announced for the carrier.  Last we heard, the Optimus G is set to hit stores on November 11 for $199 with a two-year service agreement.

If you’re thinking of spending your hard-earned mullah on the Optimus G, it’s never a bad idea to look for the best offer online. Check out the deal that retailer Wirefly has for the super phone.

Wirefly is now taking pre-order for Sprint’s LG Optimus G on its website for $149.99! That’s a $50 saving than buying it directly from the carrier. While the same two-year contract also applies here, you’ll be paying less up front. According to the listing, all pre-orders will be shipped on November 11 – so you’ll be getting this beast of a phone in about a week from now.

The Optimus G and the Nexus 4 are practically the same phone, but the former does pack some extras, such as a 13MP camera on the back, a bigger 32GB internal storage, and LTE connectivity. Unfortunately, it doesn’t come with Jelly Bean on board, though an update has been promised to come this December.

If you need some more convincing, check out our glowing review of the LG Optimus G right here.