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Google Nexus 4 Sale is Over in US

Sep 17 2013, 7:23am CDT | by , in News | Tablets

Google Nexus 4 Sale is Over in US
 
 

The Nexus 4 model by Google is out of stock and most probably won’t be re-manufactured again. For all purposes, it seems it is about to come to an end.

For all US citizens who want to purchase a Nexus 4 from Google Play Store, it’s a little too late. Having a 16 Gigabyte storage capacity, the phone is currently not available. Stocks have been depleted and according to a reliable news leakage, it is not making a comeback into circulation. 

Google has other futuristic plans. Both the 8GB and the 16GB versions suffered $100 slashes in their cost prices by the end of August. The selfsame day when the news was aired that Nexus 4 was out of stock, Google let it be public knowledge that Version 4.4 of Android, nicknamed KitKat was coming out. In a promo video clip a Google employee was seen handling a new form of Nexus phone. 

Something new is happening at Google and it will be replacing the Nexus 4. The model phone in the video looked like it had probably been approved of by the FCC after multiple examinations. Speculation is rife and many have begun naming the next model the “Nexus 5”. 


This gadget will be manufactured by LG. And it will most likely be on store shelves pretty soon rather than in some far off future. Expectations are high that KitKat will accompany the so-called Nexus 5. Every time, Nexus hardware has brought in tow a new Android version so this is not as farfetched as it seems at first glance. 

Source: The Verge  

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