After months of rumors of a white Nexus 4, Google and LG have finally released the elusive device. The new device maintains all of the specs of the original device, but comes clad in white. It's a minor change, especially considering the device is seven months old. It's surprising Google didn't update the device, but maybe they're looking to spur additional sales instead.
The device is currently available in the US Google Play Store and from T-Mobile. The $299/$349 pricing remains the same, though T-Mobile is offering the device for $20 and 24 payments of $17. The device will roll out to the rest of the world over the coming weeks, so be patient if it hasn't made it to your local Play Store just yet.
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