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Nexus 4 $100 Price Drop Makes It the Best Affordable Android Phone

Posted on the 29 August 2013 by Nrjperera @nrjperera


Google’s new Nexus 4 was one of the best Android smartphones in the world, that is of course way before Samsung came out with S4, followed by Google’s very own Moto X. But still, LG-made Nexus 4 stayed in shelves thanks to its’ cheap price tag. And now, it’s just made it to the top of the market with a whopping $100 price cut.

According to Engadget, Google LG  Nexus 4 now costs only $199 (£159) for 8GB model and $249 (£199) for 16GB model. This price drop is valid in the US,  Australia, Canada, Germany, Spain, Korea and the UK as well.

The upcoming cheaper iPhone or the Moto X launch may have influenced Google to make the price drop. Either it was a wise decision. This makes Nexus 4 stand out a lot higher from the Android flagship crows with the lowest price tag, while offering great specs.

If you’re looking for a great stock Android phone at an affordable price, this should be your first choice. To make things easier for you to make a decision, Android Central has compared the prices of 10 phones with Nexus 4, including the lame $258 Nokia N9,  $450 iPhone 4 and the original Samsung Galaxy Nexus which still costs $290.

Head over here to grab a phone before stocks runs out.

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