T-Mobile Nexus 4 is sold out in a couple of hours.
When Google Nexus 4 ran out of stock after minutes of availability, the only hope of the consumers was to wait for T-Mobile to commence its online offering in their stores. However, when Google posted up a link to the website of T-Mobile quietly via Google Play store, online stocks of Nexus 4 at T-Mobile were gone.
Perhaps most users wanted an off-contract Nexus 4, but it seems that the intimidating thought of a two-year contract was not at all holding people back from purchasing a subsidized Google device. The exact number of units in online orders is not revealed, but if you are really desperate to have one, try your luck by checking the carrier store in your locality. You shall be fortunate if they have few stocks left.
Buying a unit of Nexus 4 at T-Mobile shall cost $199 for the 16 GB version that comes along with a two-year contract. With a $100 more, one can get the unit without a contract and an 8GB unlocked while a $150 more is the off-contract 16GB. However, the record shows that many Nexus 4 fans are willing to go for the two-year contract just to own the greatest and most recent Google phone.
The 4.7-inch Nexus 4 has 1280 by 768 IPS display and a 320ppi pixel density. Inside of it are 2GB RAM and a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU. It comes with a rear camera of 8MP and a front one with 1.3MP VGA. It runs Jelly Bean Android 4.2, has a wireless charging and NFC. No LTE though.