Google's Nexus 4 by LG hasn't been an easy device to get your hands on. The device has been sold-out at Google's online Play Store several different times, all within a few hours of going on sale. While T-Mobile USA had been able to get some of their own stock refilled a couple weeks ago, those who wanted to go the route of no contract, and not pay T-Mobile's increased price, were left to just wait until the phone came back in stock.
That day has finally arrived, and the device is now available for purchase yet again. Both versions, no less. We have double-checked at the time of this writing, and the phone is still available, both in its 8GB and 16GB versions.
If you want the 8GB Nexus 4, you'll have to charge $299.99 to your card of choice. The 16GB version will set you back $349.99, both prior to the inclusion of tax, of course. Both devices ship in 1-2 weeks, according to Google. So, keep that in mind if you're trying to get a phone quickly, and can't wait.
It's a good sign that the device is still available, despite being on sale for more than an hour. It would suggest that the hardware manufacturing has been figured out. Hopefully it also means that everyone who wants to buy a Nexus 4 from the Google Play Store will be able to do so form now on.
Are you getting one?