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Nexus 4 Selling as low as $299

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Choose another Nexus 4

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$299.00

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$349.00

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The best of Google.

Google Maps, Chrome, YouTube, Gmail -- it’s all just there.

Never get lost, surf the web, stream live videos and stay connected. Nexus 4 comes with the best Google apps, ready to use right out of the box.

Introducing Google Now.

Google Now brings you just the right information at just the right time. It shows you how much traffic to expect on your way to work, lets you know if your flight is delayed, and brings you live scores from your favorite sports teams. All automatically.

Apps, games, music and more.

Nexus 4 comes with Google Play, your one-stop-shop for digital entertainment. With over 675,000 apps and games -- plus music, movies and more -- keep your favorite digital entertainment in your pocket, and always at your fingertips.

Learn more

Amazing Photo Sphere camera you’ll have to see to believe.

The first phone with 360° panoramas.

It’s like no camera you’ve ever seen. Up down and all around you, with Nexus 4 it’s more than panoramic, it’s like you’re actually there.

Edit and share your photos.

Sharing your amazing photo spheres couldn't be easier; share instantly with friends and family on Google+, post on Google Maps or share via email. Make sure your shots look their best with powerful, fun new editing tools, built right into the camera app.

Unlimited photo storage and sharing.

Automatically upload your photos and videos as you take them using Instant Upload. Access, edit and share your photos and videos from a private album on the web anytime.

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Totally wireless.

With wireless charging, never plug your phone in again.

Nexus 4 comes with wireless charging capability built right in. Just place your Nexus 4 on a compatible wireless charging mat to charge -- and retire the wire for good.

Share instantly with Android Beam.

Nexus 4 comes with Android Beam so you can easily share photos, videos, contacts, apps and more with a tap. Just touch two NFC-enabled Android devices back-to-back, then beam whatever's on the screen to your friend.

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I am amazed that the 16GB Nexus 4 is so cheap. I might actually consider buying this phone but will wait for more hands-on review.

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I would rather use my existing phone that does just fine and keep the 299.

Though if for some strange reason I felt I needed a smartphone it would probably be the way to go.

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I would rather use my existing phone that does just fine and keep the 299.

Though if for some strange reason I felt I needed a smartphone it would probably be the way to go.

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Great idea. Not everyone needs a supercomputer in their phone. Phones have gotten so advanced now that a prior generation, but well executed, phone should be able to do everything the average consumer needs.

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Google phones do not have expandable memory. It enrages to no end, considering how Samsung and LG always have SD slots.

I am not buying Nexus phones. It's a huge turn-off for me.

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Google phones do not have expandable memory. It enrages to no end, considering how Samsung and LG always have SD slots.

I am not buying Nexus phones. It's a huge turn-off for me.

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it's ok but i rather go with iphone 5 or samsung s4 coming out in march..

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iPhones don't have SD, ditto the new HTC 8X and Lumia 920. The price is great with or without the SD. I'd rather pay $300 for this than $800 for an iPhone or get locked into a 3 year contract paying $100/month. The price, the fact that its unlocked and the spec is what attracts me.

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I don't like iPhones, but they still have the option of going up to 64 GB internal, which is really good (disregarding cost). The GNexus and the Nexus 4 are maxing out at 16GB, period. Joke. HTC still offers expandable memory for its mid-end line, but I am pissed to see their flagship phones having no card slots.

It's literally the one thing that's keeping me from going for Google. Everything else is, as you say, best-value.

The LG Optimus G seems to have good value too. What do you think?

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First photo sphere camera phone:

Apple will copy then sue!

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I'm definitely tempted buy the Nexus 4 at $299, but my Nexus S is still fast enough for me. I am interested in the Nexus 7 however, though why do we pay $10 - $20 more up here? With the dollar at par it makes no sense to me.

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First photo sphere camera phone:

Apple will copy then sue!

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pretty solid price for that phone, especially with no contract. any word on what kind of SIM it will use? will it be micro? nano? regular?

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It has plenty of benefits, and looks like a pretty low cost with Jellybean, but it lacking LTE is an enormous turnoff for me, and should be for anyone in LTE coverage area. Google says it was to reduce costs and size but it's only about half an inch smaller than the large Samsung Note, this is no justification for omitting LTE network access.

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It has plenty of benefits, and looks like a pretty low cost with Jellybean, but it lacking LTE is an enormous turnoff for me, and should be for anyone in LTE coverage area. Google says it was to reduce costs and size but it's only about half an inch smaller than the large Samsung Note, this is no justification for omitting LTE network access.

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Looks good! Especially for ppl that don't have the funds to buy a s3 or iPhone 5. I wouldn't get it because of the lack of LTE and only 16GB.

Anyone else looking forward to see the new bb phones? Lol I think I'll give rim one last chance.

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Meh. Streetview already has pretty much the whole world already. They are just getting people to pay to fill in the gaps for them on that.

Why pay for labour when your customers will do it for free?

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It has plenty of benefits, and looks like a pretty low cost with Jellybean, but it lacking LTE is an enormous turnoff for me, and should be for anyone in LTE coverage area. Google says it was to reduce costs and size but it's only about half an inch smaller than the large Samsung Note, this is no justification for omitting LTE network access.

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pretty solid price for that phone, especially with no contract. any word on what kind of SIM it will use? will it be micro? nano? regular?

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