The long-rumoured LG Nexus 4 is here at last, and it's mega-cheap. £239 gets you a SIM-free, 8GB, quad-core smart phone with a 4.7-inch, 768x1,280-pixel display -- those are specifications easily on par with the Samsung Galaxy S3. If that's not enough storage, £279 gets you the 16GB option. There doesn't appear to be any expandable memory -- or 4G -- but those are small prices to pay when you're paying such a small price. Google says the Nexus 4 is out on 13 November -- we'll let you know when we hear about contract options, though Pocket-Lint reports that O2 will have a month's exclusivity on offering this high-end, wallet-friendly mobile.
If you're on a different network don't despair, the phone is almost cheap enough that you could probably just buy SIM-free and switch to a rolling monthly SIM-only contract, Samsung is getting in on the Nexus fun, with a 10-inch tablet dubbed the Nexus weapons of mass creation iphone case 10, This tablet boasts a stonkingly high 2,560x1,600-pixel resolution screen -- that's higher than Apple's retina display iPad, It comes in either 16GB or 32GB versions, The 16GB model costs £319, while the higher-capacity option will set you back £389, That's not quite a Nexus 4-level bargain, but it still seems reasonable..
There's a 5-megapixel rear camera and 2GB of RAM, which suggests a healthy amount of power under the bonnet. It weighs 603g and is 8.9mm thick. We'll know more when we give it the full review treatment -- for now we know it'll be released on 13 November, just like the Nexus 4. Will you be buying one of these wallet-pleasing Android gadgets? Tell me in the comments or on our Facebook wall. Google's lifted the lid on two new Nexus devices running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. Here's everything you need to know.
Update: EE has confirmed the Lumia 920 will also be available on Orange and T-Mobile (which, rather confusingly, are part of EE), which means you'll probably be able to get hold of the Lumia 920 without paying the high prices that 4G demands, Vodafone, O2 and Three weapons of mass creation iphone case customers are still out of luck for now though, The original story follows, That could be a significant blow to Windows Phone 8's success, at least at launch, I can't see many people opting for EE's expensive new network to start with, and even then anyone who decides to pay the extra cash for 4G speeds will also be tempted by smart phone delights like the Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE..
EE exclusivity doesn't exactly make Nokia's new flagship available to as many people as possible, and as the Lumia 920 will be one of the most tempting Windows Phone 8 mobiles around, the deal could hurt the uptake of the operating system. If you want to buy the Lumia 920 you can also get it from Phones 4U, though you'll only be able to buy it on an EE contract. While Nokia tells me pre-order smart phones are winging their way to customers today, those looking to buy the Lumia 920 right now will still have to wait a few days -- early November is when we should see the 4.7-inch mobile on sale.