We’re at the point in the release cycle of LG’s newest flagship, the G4, where we know pretty much all we’ll know about it without getting our hands on one. Which pops the questions: “When will it be available?” and “What will I have to pay?”. Over the next few weeks we will be keeping an eye on carriers and other retailers for news about release dates and pricing info, and will relay it here for you guys.
Just like we saw earlier with the Galaxy S6, the pricing models have been released for the HTC One M9 — surprisingly the same day as the S6 pricing was announced, ಠ_ಠ . HTC also included the price for an unlocked model from their website (happy dance).
Whenever there’s a press conference in which a company announces a new device, the first questions asked by the public always seem to be: “When will it be available?” and “How much will it cost?” Since we already known that the new Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will be arriving in stores April 10th, it’s now time to find out how much Samsung will be taking from our wallets as well.
It was only eleven days ago that T-Mobile dropped the price of the Nexus 4 to an incredible $50, and now, they’ve gone ahead and started offering it for free to anyone willing to sign a two-year contract.
I can tell you one thing, there’s no shortage of Nexus 4 devices today. First we hear rumors of the Play store receiving fresh stock today, then we hear about Best Buy carrying the device, and now, we get word of Wirefly offering what appears to be the lowest on-contract pricing we’ve yet to see.
Well that was fast! It was just yesterday that we told you about T-Mobile’s fresh stock of Nexus 4 devices, and already, they’re sold out. At this point, I’m at a loss for words. Obviously there’s a demand for the device, so why the lack of supply?