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And just like that, white Nexus 4 (8GB and 16GB) removed from Google Play

White Nexus 4 missing Google Play

It was only last week the white Nexus 4 8GB was listed as “no longer for sale,” on Google Play and just like that, both versions of the white Nexus 4 have been completely removed from the Google’s device section. Jumping onto Google Play and clicking on Nexus 4 now only shows the black version of the device, still listed as currently “in stock.”

While old links for the 8GB and 16GB versions will still take you to the appropriate listing, both are listed as “no longer available for sale.” This news doesn’t come as much of a surprise. The white version of the device was always listed as a “limited edition.” Those of you that had your hopes set on the white version might wanna start checking out 3rd party methods like Craigslist.

Continue reading on the Nexus 4 forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.




  • irishrally

    I wonder how many were sold/manufactured.

  • Keith

    Yay

  • Jason

    Good. Maybe they will all be replaced before long. They should be ashamed that their flagship phone does not support LTE.

    • remister

      It does, if you do the proper Googling.

      • Jason

        I don’t give them any credit if it can only be enabled through a hidden menu and has very limited support in the U.S.

    • lolwut

      You should be ashamed that you confused this with a flagship phone

      It’s awesome, but it’s a dev phone for everyone priced to shake up the market, not a bonafide flagship

      • abc

        What the *$!^% are you talking about? You should be the one ashamed for your stupid comment. The Nexus line is Google’s flagship phone. The phone was modeled after the LG Optimus G which at that time was also LG’s flagship phone. At the time of release, the Nexus 4 came with the most current version of Android, the faster S4 “Pro” processor with Adreno 320 GPU, 720p IPS display with about 320ppi, NFC, Qi Wireless Charging, GPS & Glonass, and more….all of these features back in Nov 2012 and priced at $299. The only thing missing from the phone was LTE enabled. It was a FLAGSHIP.

        • Justice Dean

          I am pretty sure he is not ashamed and correct. Starting with the nexus 1 1ghz hummingbird it had good hardware one of the first to cut their teeth on qualcomm’s latest at the time. All of them had standard camera not flagship quality by anyone’s standard. They did have the BEST software that was the whole point. Nexus 2 and 3 weren’t that note worthy in my opinion. 3 Pushing 720p maybe but that doesn’t qualify it as a flagship high end sure.

          I do give you credit the nexus four did push the envelope more than most prior models did since the first gen 1 though.

          • Roaduardo

            Agreed. I’d also like to ask for calm folks. Civil discussion about tech stories is possible and encouraged. Christ…

    • David Bowline

      For the seven thousandth time. hspa+ on T-Mobile is just as fast for downloads and is far more available worldwide than lte. People who complain about this are people who give their money away to Verizon in the USA.

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        I am pretty sure he is not ashamed and correct. Starting with the
        nexus 1 1ghz hummingbird it had good hardware one of the first to cut
        their teeth on qualcomm’s latest at the time. All of them had standard
        camera not flagship quality by anyone’s standard. They did have the
        BEST software that was the whole point. Nexus 2 and 3 weren’t that note
        worthy in my opinion. 3 Pushing 720p maybe but that doesn’t qualify it
        as a flagship high end sure.

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  • Babs Oyed

    They’re probably getting ready for the a X phone

  • Tex Mex

    It is in stock and available
    Australia

    • Dominic Flynn

      I’ve never seen white N4 on the Australian Play Store. Not there now either.

  • Splaktar

    I can’t believe that there is still not a 32 or 64 GB version.

    • Treyhunnid

      can’t believe theres no sprint version…