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From the looks of it, the Nexus 4 drought is over. While it may always be too soon to speak, the Google-branded LG Nexus 4 has started popping up in more Google Play stores around the world than ever before, and there's an incredible deal that let's you snag one for around $75 if you'd rather pay less up front.
Wireless retailer Lets Talk (thanks to the folks over at DroidLife) is currently offering Nexus 4 for $84.99 with a T-Mobile contract, which can apparently be brought down to $76.49 with the coupon code "TALK4TEN."
Of course, a huge part of the Nexus 4's appeal is the fact that it's a relatively cheap high-end unlocked handset. To really milk the device for its value, most are still going to want to pick one up from Google Play, which offers the 8GB model for $299.99 and the 16GB variant for $349.99. No contracts, nothing, which means that buyers can then shop around for the proper cell phone plan across carriers to save money in the long run.
As of now, the Nexus 4 is in stock in Google Play US, UK, Germany, France, and Australia, according to www.n4checker.com. Most have shipping times between 1-3 weeks.
The Nexus 4 went MIA for a couple months until recently showing up through T-Mobile and Google Play US due to issues in the supply chain. Both LG and Google blamed each other, but neither company's accusations satiated consumer demand, which is finally getting what it wants - the handset itself.
In other Nexus 4 news, Google has re-released the factory images for the Nexus 4, allowing users to return their Nexus 4 to its stock self if ever needed.