$399 with no binding contract. To achieve this pricing, all the prototype devices floating around are confirming 8GB of storage onboard, but that's not the only way corners are cut.Which one you prefer is a personal choice, but you'll certainly smile when you hear the price that the source tipped -
The Nexus 4 is allegedly only going to be sold in a GSM version at launch, with no expensive LTE radio, and directly from the Google Play Store to end clients, just like the Galaxy Nexus goes now. Availability is slated for October 29, and, judging from the plethora of leaks about this year's Nexus device, it might turn out credible.
The source says that the 4.7" HD screen is a thing of beauty, and, if it is similar to what the 4X HD, or the One X are using, with the new in-cell touch tech of the iPhone 5, that should indeed be the case. How do you feel about a quad-core Nexus with one of the best chipsets and screens currently available, and with Android 4.2, but only 8GB of memory at $399, any takers?