There’s not much to go off of with this story, but O2 has just launched a “coming soon” page for the Nexus 4 on its UK website. The page highlights some of the new features included in Android 4.2 and claims the device will be available in November. With sales of the SIM-free Nexus 4 scheduled for November 14th for £239, we have a feeling O2 UK has plans to start selling the phone for free as soon as it can.
T-Mobile USA is also planning to sell the Nexus 4 with a two-year contract, but we doubt the $199.99 asking price will be appealing to anyone who knows that Google’s price of the phone starts at $299. The huge variance in monthly rate plans between the US and UK may make the free Nexus 4 on O2 more appealing than Google’s relatively cheap SIM-free Nexus 4 option.
Will you be buying a carrier subsidized Nexus 4 or will you be purchasing the device directly from Google?