<--Google Page ads-->

O2 UK to have One Month Exclusivity for the Google LG Nexus 4

The UK customers who are looking forward in buying the recently announced Google LG Nexus 4 should know that O2 will be the first carrier to offer the new Nexus smartphone. So, it seems that LG and O2 are working together as this is not the only info that reached our years; take a look below if you want to find out more about this subject.

Now, we all know that Google just announced that the LG Nexus 4 official release date is November 13th, with the future price tag of $299 for the 8GB handset and of $349 for the 16GB variant of the same Android 4.2 smartphone. The phone’s future availability on the market will start with Great Britain, US, France, Spain, and Australia.

Anyway, as we are talking about one of the most highly-expected handsets nowadays, important events are already taking place, as the Google LG Nexus 4 is already available for pre-orders through Expansys US. Furthermore, O2 UK had just announced that it will be the first carrier to bring the device, one month exclusivity being the agreement.

Therefore, according to our sources the UK users will be able to buy the Nexus 4 only from O2 (that can be applied only for the first month after the official release) the first hundred customers being able to receive free LG TVs.
This means that if you want to get the device from somewhere else, you will have to wait a month, or of course get the new Nexus online from Google Play Store. So what do you think about that?

As refreshment, the phone is having some real high end specs, the Android 4.2 OS being one of its main strengths. Beside the latest platform coming from Google, the Nexus 4 is also bringing a powerful 1.5 GHz quad-core processor, a high end 8 MP rear facing camera along with a 1.3 MP front facing one, 2 GB or RAM, a large and impressive 4.7 inch HD touchscreen and an 2100 mAh battery. Of course, this being a Nexus device, you will be able to choose between two versions, the 8 GB or the 16 GB one.

That’s all for now, so what do you think about the O2 initiative? Are you willing to go and buy the LG Nexus 4 from the mentioned retail, or you rather wait until mid-December for checking the other offers too?