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One week after Google’s much sought-after Nexus 4 went back on sale in the US (and promptly sold out again), it’s now Europe’s turn to spend hour-upon-hour smacking the refresh button, as it hits Google Play again at 5pm GMT in the UK today, and 5pm CET in Germany.
The sweet-specced handset has been in huge demand ever since it sold out on launch day around three weeks ago, so today has been a long-time coming for many. Indeed, it’s safe to assume it will probably sell out just as quickly this time ’round, so you may need to get off work early for some serious time in front of your computer, and more specifically Google Play.
The Nexus 4 8GB will set you back £239, while the 16GB will knock you for £279, or the Euro equivalent. We only have confirmation of the UK and Germany so far, as noted by The Verge, but it seems likely that Spain and France will follow suit too.
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