T-Mobile Nexus 4 Starts Arriving In Stores

The T-Mobile Nexus 4 has begun arriving in stores ahead of its official release date on the carrier’s HSPA+ 4G network.

TMoNews is reporting that Nexus 4 units have begun arriving at T-Mobile retail stores ahead of the device’s release date which is set to take place on November 14th, just a couple of days from now.

The Nexus 4 will only, officially, be available on T-Mobile’s network in the United States. Those looking to sign a contract for the device will only find it available on the Magenta network and not any other carrier in the United States. That of course doesn’t mean that it won’t be available on other carriers in the U.S. On the contrary, the Nexus 4 is heading to both AT&T and T-Mobile in unlocked form.

Read: iPhone 5 vs. Nexus 4.

The Nexus 4 hits T-Mobile this week.

Those who buy the unlocked model will also be able to run it on T-Mobile’s network, without the need for a contract. While the unlocked model will be heading out on November 13th, tomorrow, the T-Mobile Nexus 4 will be heading to the carrier a day later with a cheaper price tag.


The Nexus 4 on T-Mobile will cost $199.99 on-contract while the unlocked models will retail for $299 and $349 respectively.

Google’s new Nexus 4 will replace the Samsung Galaxy Nexus as the company’s latest Nexus smartphone. The Nexus 4 features some powerful hardware and of course, a vanilla version of Android that will be fully customizable.

Read: LG Nexus 4 Goes On Sale Tomorrow, With 2-Day Shipping.

Its hardware features include a 4.7-inch HD display, quad-core processor, 8MP camera, and a front-facing camera for video chatting. It also features a design that is quite similar to the Galaxy Nexus.

As for its software, it will be one the first to feature Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, the latest operating system from Google and one that offers a new Gesture-enhanced keyboard, a better Google Now, updated Google Apps, and a feature called Photo Sphere which allows users to take Street View-like 360 degree photos.


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  2. T-Mobile’s price is not cheaper.
    It’s a $199 down-payment and additional 20 monthly installments of $20. So total is $600.

    No Carrier has ever sold anyone a phone that’s cheaper than buying it unlocked. The payments are just rolled into he monthly bill.

    • You sound stupid, I don’t understand why people on blogs speak on situations they have no insight on. So for a two year classic contract on TMobile the price of the phone will be 199.99 after a 50 dollar mail in rebate. This is for the 16 gig. So I guess a carrier has sold device cheaper than it is unlocked. BOOM!

  3. It will be. Demand is so high in Europe and Australia that re-sell bots will lock up the system and get all the handsets.

    Does anyone know what kind of bloatware T’Mobile is going to put on their “official” Nexus 4?

    • Its a nexus, why would it have bloatware? The only nexus too have bloatware was verizons and thats due to the fact that google had to actually work with the carrier due to it being cdma.

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