O2 has become the first UK carrier to confirm plans to carry the LG Nexus 4, ahead of its mooted street date on November 13th.
Unveiled this week after one of the leakiest lead-ups in living memory, the handset has just cropped up on O2’s ‘coming soon’ handset page, where it was spotted by the ever-vigilant coves at Android Central.
O2 doesn’t list a date for availability other than November. But we fancy it’ll likely land on contracts on November 13th when Google and LG confirmed they will be selling the Nexus 4 SIM-free and off-contract.
And the carrier, which rumours suggest could have secured exclusivity on the handset for a limited period, is keeping quiet on pricing too. But going by the £239 unlocked asking price Google announced, you’ll probably be able to pick it up free from around £20 per month.
Launched earlier this week along with the Google Nexus 10 tablet, the Nexus 4 runs an unadorned, vanilla version of Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) and features a spec sheet that takes in a quad-core processor, a 4.7-inch screen and an eight-megapixel camera.
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