The Google Nexus 4 Makes its Way To Virgin Mobile Canada
The LG made Google Nexus 4 makes its way to Virgin Mobile Canada. The Google Nexus 4 is quite possibly the best smart phone you can buy. It offers up an amazing set of specs in a beautifully slim build with the power of vanilla Android at the helm and a super low price point. The Nexus 4 while a bit hard to get your hands on is making its way around the world. Here state side it is only officially available at T-Mobile, but around the world many carriers stock the handset. Late last month the Nexus 4 was made available with Virgin Mobile UK and today it looks as if the Canadian pocket of the carrier will get its fill.
The Google Nexus 4 was recently launched on a few Canadian carriers recently including Videotron, Fido and WIND Mobile. Today Virgin Mobile Canada is gearing up for their turn with the Nexus 4 as a huge banner of the device popped up on their website today. While it’s not launch day today the banner comes with the “coming soon” marker and leaves us all wanting more! Currently, interested Canadians can sign up for notifications at the site for more details surrounding the launch. Pricing and plans unfortunately are unknown at this point however the outright price is being gauged at about $425 to $500 bucks according to mobilsyrup.com who was first tipped to the news. The option for on contract may also prove to be a alternative to any Virgin Mobile customer looking to save a few bucks off of retail. But at this point it’s anybody’s guess. One way or the other, the Google Nexus 4 is an awesome phone that should be around the world serving its end users. If your unfamiliar it runs Android version 4.1.2, uses a 4.7 inch IPS LCD touch screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 2 GB of RAM and an 8 mega pixel camera.
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