LG/Google Nexus 4 @ Google Play! 8GB version = £239 + £9.99 shipping and 16GB version = £279 + £9.99 shipping - HotUKDeals
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LG/Google Nexus 4s (in black for now) are still on sale and in stock.. order them while you can (delivered in 3-5 business days)!

8gb = £239 + £9.99 shipping
16gb = £279 + £9.99 shipping

Technical specifications:

Screen:
- 4.7" diagonal / 1280 x 768 pixel resolution (320 ppi) / WXGA IPS / Corning Gorilla Glass 2

Dimensions:
- 133.9mm x 68.7mm x 9.1mm / 139g

Cameras:
- 8 MP (main) - 3264 x 2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash, Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, photo sphere and [email protected] / 1.3 MP (front)

Connectivity:
- WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n / Bluetooth v4.0 with A2DP / NFC (Android Beam) / Unlocked GSM/UMTS/HSPA+ / GSM/EDGE/GPRS (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz) / 3G (850, 900, 1700, 1900, 2100 MHz) / HSPA+ 42 / Wireless charging / microUSB (SlimPort) v2.0

Processor and memory:
- 8 GB or 16 GB (actual formatted capacity will be less) / 2 GB RAM / Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064 CPU (Quad-core 1.5 GHz Krait and Adreno 320 GPU)

Features:
- Android OS, v4.2 (Jelly Bean), upgradable to v4.2.2 (Jelly Bean) / Non-removable Li-Po 2100 mAh battery / Accelerometer / GPS with A-GPS support and GLONASS / Gyroscope / Barometer / Noise cancellation microphone / Ambient light / Compass

Clarification for people who are confused.. recommended retail price (RRP) of a product is the price which the manufacturer recommends that the retailer sell the product.. LG the manufacturer has set a RRP much higher (£400+) than the Google Play (the retailer in this case) prices..

Note: the handset utilises a micro-sim card!
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104 Likes
CouldntThinkOfAUsername
Been posted like a million times and its not a deal.
Do you know what a deal is? It's RRP right.......

You are a salesmans dream - DFS await your visit to see all of their "deals".

In the meantime, those of us on this site who understand the dictionary definition of a deal (e.g. A bargain) shall carry on with our day.
56 Likes
fbloise
Cold, I bought one and the lower part of the screen stopped working next day.. Google warranty was very good but build quality in this phone is crap.

Definitely cold if you've received a faulty unit. Every other manufacturer has 0% failure rate, this is a shocking failure.....
29 Likes
For anyone wondering why you have been charged for the device but it has not shipped il explain.

You bought the phone from Google for £288

The £288 is charged to your payment card and google would have received an authorization code from your bank. This allows them to request the money from your bank.

In the mean time your bank puts £288 into a suspense account where it sits pending from 3-5 days

Since google wont actually charge you until it ships they money shows off your available £££ in your bank account but it has not been claimed by google as they havent shipped your phone

So after 3-5 days. If your phone hasnt shipped £288 will fall back into your account.

Then when the phone ships the £288 will be processed again and this time google will clime the money and you will see £288 Google play order on your transactions list for your bank.


This is quite an american way of doing things as its taken you are paying by credit card. Even the play store asks what credit card you want to pay with.

If you had paid with a credit card they transaction would go through just the same but you wouldnt notice the £288 being put into the pending state as its not YOUR money your being restricted to accessing it would only be £288 of credit available.

Its more down to the fact its always been advised to use a credit card on the play store and pretty much the norm for americans to pay for most on a credit card where as here in the uk we use our debit cards more which is why this happens.

If you see in about 3-5 days the funds will become avail again unless google ship the phone, in which case you will see the payment on your statement
21 Likes
moozoo
Great, I'll be sat in an exam at that time

Send me your card details and I'll order one for you ;)
10 Likes
to late now google balls this one right up

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10 Likes #1
to late now google balls this one right up
#2
Bought an 8gb one before xmas and fell in love with it but couldn't manage with only 8gb so sold it on ebay for £340.... If this is true I am buying the 16gb in a flash..... Damn good phone (except for the camera issues but that will be fixed soon enough)
#3
ashmac
to late now google balls this one right up

They have yes but it won't stop this selling out within a day
#4
I bought the 16gb last time. Sold it. Might be tempted with the 8gb this time. :)
[mod]#5

moved to misc heads up as the unofficial forum links states ' it should be back in stock' - once its confirmed and available to order then it can be submitted as a deal

Edited By: sigma on Jan 30, 2013 07:31
#6
Great, I'll be sat in an exam at that time
21 Likes #7
moozoo
Great, I'll be sat in an exam at that time

Send me your card details and I'll order one for you ;)
#8
Yesterday I went from 12pm to 5pm to midnight for restock times. All of them passed without it happening.....
3 Likes #9
ryanb93
Yesterday I went from 12pm to 5pm to midnight for restock times. All of them passed without it happening.....

Maybe you could opt for this similarly spec'ed phone instead?
#10
ryanb93
Yesterday I went from 12pm to 5pm to midnight for restock times. All of them passed without it happening.....


Yep. I can't be arsed with this.
1 Like #11
Where has the supposed £248.99 price tag come from? No mention in the article you linked to and Google Play shows the normal £279 price, even converting the $350 screen cap in the article to GBP is about £222.

Did you make that up for heat?
1 Like #12
spaceinvader
Where has the supposed £248.99 price tag come from? No mention in the article you linked to and Google Play shows the normal £279 price, even converting the $350 screen cap in the article to GBP is about £222.

Did you make that up for heat?

Thats the normal price on the play store. £239+£9.99p+p.
1 Like #13
spaceinvader
Where has the supposed £248.99 price tag come from? No mention in the article you linked to and Google Play shows the normal £279 price, even converting the $350 screen cap in the article to GBP is about £222.

Did you make that up for heat?

Space invader is talking about the 8gb version whilst you are looking at the 16gb price.
1 Like #14
Any major benefits to these over an S3 or is this more a bargain for those jumping from an iPhone or older Android device?
#15
super_leeds_86
Any major benefits to these over an S3 or is this more a bargain for those jumping from an iPhone or older Android device?

Not sure, looks nice in my opinion, and doesn't have Touchwizz bolted on top. I think they're both good devices.
#16
What with google play music being available now i don't see why you would need more than 8gb?
#17
JoshJoshJosh
What with google play music being available now i don't see why you would need more than 8gb?

That’s what I was contemplating.. I might try get a 8gb.. hopefully they have rectified the initial batch defects.. the rattle was annoying (not too hopeful on that one)!
#18
JoshJoshJosh
What with google play music being available now i don't see why you would need more than 8gb?

I'll be going for the 16GB just so I know I won't run out. I don't think I'll fill it, but you never know how many apps you want to store.
#19
Im getting ready - but why do you think it is 3 pm - I am happy if it is , but think I will keep checking throughout the day just incase.

edit : ok ok - becasue the article says so..

Edited By: doivey on Jan 30, 2013 10:21
#20
sucks it's at 3! I don't finish work until 5 so I hope I don't get in trouble for being on my phone whilst I order it! Whooppsss!
#21
I'd love one, but why does there have to be talk of a new version cropping up at MWC, it's less than a month away.........

Hopefully it's only a white version (pictures are around) and will suit chavs/ those who secretly harbour some degree of racism; but if its a version with 32gb or an sd card slot....is it worth waiting to see?

The price of the Nexus 7 dropped after the larger capacity version was released, maybe it will be the same for the N4??
#22
Chulmney_Warner
I'd love one, but why does there have to be talk of a new version cropping up at MWC, it's less than a month away.........

Hopefully it's only a white version (pictures are around) and will suit chavs/ those who secretly harbour some degree of racism; but if its a version with 32gb or an sd card slot....is it worth waiting to see?

The price of the Nexus 7 dropped after the larger capacity version was released, maybe it will be the same for the N4??

That's the trouble with technology. You'll always find something better and faster is released not far after you've made your purchase.

As for the rumoured N4 v2, I would imagine it would be higher storage options and the activation of the currently dormant 4G chip.
#23
[/quote]That's the trouble with technology. You'll always find something better and faster is released not far after you've made your purchase.As for the rumoured N4 v2, I would imagine it would be higher storage options and the activation of the currently dormant 4G chip.[/quote]
Very true, but for the sake of a few weeks i'm almost tempted to wait. If it says delivery within 2-4 weeks then i think that might sway the decision too.
#24
Chulmney_Warner


Hopefully it's only a white version (pictures are around) and will suit chavs/ those who secretly harbour some degree of racism; but if its a version with 32gb or an sd card slot....is it worth waiting to see?

SD card is almost certainly not in the cards. 32gb version with LTE however is pretty much a certainty. It is what they did with the Nexus 7.
#25
"Temporarily Out of Stock" again
#26
yea and look like a white one on its way might just hang on http://www.engadget.com/2013/01/30/nexus-4-trots-out-in-white-sets-unicorn-fans-aflutter
#27
Undercuva
"Temporarily Out of Stock" again
In stock at 3pm today according to the linked article.
1 Like #28
Been posted like a million times and its not a deal.
Do you know what a deal is? It's RRP right.......
#29
Would've thought this time there would be no need to worry about stock levels.
Im hanging on for the white one. Hopefully it night also be 32gb.
1 Like #30
Might not be a deal - but its good information. Thanks. The 8GB version is only £239.

The phone has recently come into stock in US/Germany.
1 Like #31
CouldntThinkOfAUsername
Been posted like a million times and its not a deal. Do you know what a deal is? It's RRP right.......

Its not RRP, look anywhere but google play and you will get at RRP, Google are selling at a heavily subsidised loss/breakeven point which is below RRP. Crazy move from the product owner but thats what it is. RRP ~£400.
1 Like #32
i'm waiting for the white one
104 Likes #33
CouldntThinkOfAUsername
Been posted like a million times and its not a deal.
Do you know what a deal is? It's RRP right.......

You are a salesmans dream - DFS await your visit to see all of their "deals".

In the meantime, those of us on this site who understand the dictionary definition of a deal (e.g. A bargain) shall carry on with our day.
#34
Will it be available in white ?
#36
i waited up till past midnight last night as someone said yesterday they would have some @ 5pm and then midnight, i wont be so guilable next time :( this non deal is very cold for me im afraid
#37
I want a 32gb version!
#38
no doubt its a good phone but no 4G surely that is a must for a smart phone? with all the UK networks upgrading this year!
#39
directs you to the us store,how do you get to the uk version?
#40
bigjon29
directs you to the us store,how do you get to the uk version?
You must be on a VPN for a US company or something I'm guessing? If so, it automatically takes you to the US version.

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