Just over a month after I reviewed it on the website, the Google Nexus 4 is playing hard to get on the Google Play store and at T-Mobile retail stores. Designed by LG, it's packing some incredible specs for the price and brings Android 4.2 (also called Jelly Bean) to the masses. If you can find one, you can pick up the 8 GB version for $299 and the 16 GB version for $349. Better yet, that's full retail, so no worries about signing a two-year contract. Simply put, there's a lot to like here.
Next week, I plan to put a Straight Talk SIM card in the Nexus 4 to test their service over 30 days. In today's world, everyone's looking for the best bang for the buck, and I hope analyzing some of the popular prepaid solutions on the market will help you in your buying decisions.
One month later, is this still the ultimate Android device?