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Google’s flagship smartphone has been listed as a forthcoming item on an India e-retail website Saholic.com
The much awaited LG E960 Nexus 4 is listed as a coming soon item and those that purchase the device will receive a proper bill along with 12 months manufacturer warranty. The device will be shipped for free within 4 business days after arrival. No concrete release date or price is mentioned for the device.
There is a “tell me when available” button on the website that will notify customers about the availability of the device via e-mail. Those interested can take a look at the website here.
The Nexus 4 16GB is available on e-bay.in at Rs. 29,990 and the 8GB variant is available for Rs. 25,990. The price of the smartphone has increased on ebay.in considering the fact that it has seen a lot of demand in the markets where it has launched.
Earlier, the 8GB variant of the Nexus 4 was priced at Rs. 23,490 where as the 16GB variant was priced at Rs. 27,490. In the US, the 8GB variant is priced at $299 (Rs. 16,500 approx.) where as the 16GB variant is priced at $349 (Rs. 19,000 approx.).
The Google Nexus 4 was sold out in a mater of minutes when it was made available on the Google Play hardware store. You can read the details of that story here.