Several months after the Nexus 4 first arrived on the Google Play Store, Google has seen it fit to add three new accessories for the current Nexus smartphone adding headphones, a USB cable and a power adapter to the two other Nexus 4 accessories that have been mainstays on the Google Play Store.
Since launch, Google has added two Nexus 4 accessories on its Google Play Store. The first, the Nexus 4 bumper case, a case that is essential to those worried about cracking the device’s glass. The other accessory, which only showed up this year, is the LG Wireless Charging Orb, a wireless charger that allows users to charge their phone without wires.
Today, unexpected, Google has added to the Nexus 4 accessory arsenal by adding three new, rather simple, accessories that have appeared on the Google Play Store.
The first is a pair of wired headphones that Google will be charging $20 for. They feature aluminum backing and offer tangle-free wires. The second, a power adapter that can be used in conjunction with a microUSB cable to charge the phone. Google will be charging $15.99 for that accessory. And finally, Google will be selling that microUSB cable to Nexus 4 owners through Google Play with a $9.99 price tag attached.
Oddly enough, the accessories aren’t showing up on the main for the Nexus 4 but they can be, as we have discovered, added to a cart for purchase. We discovered them on the iPhone and they appear on several of our mobile devices. The PC is a different story. We imagine Google will work out those kinks soon though.
It looks like Google has not placed the same time of launch restrictions on these Nexus 4 accessories either and users are able to buy them in bulk if they need to. In the past, Google has limited the number of accessories that customers can buy.
Their arrival comes only a short time after the Nexus 4 launch mess officially ended as the Nexus 4 shipping times finally fell to just a few days. Those shipping times represent the best that the Nexus 4 has seen since launch.