Telecommunications network Three has announced that it will be selling the Google Nexus 4 mobile phone from December 13th.
Currently, aspirant owners can only purchase the device through O2, or from Google Play.
However, the handset is currently sold out on the manufacturer's website after high demand depleted stock within hours of its release on November 13th.
Consumers will be able to get their hands on the gadget from "the UK's fastest growing mobile operator" by making an order on the website or by heading to a retail store.
Contracts start at £35 per month, with an upfront cost of £29. Those who prefer pay-as-you-go can buy the handset for £399.99 if they purchase a top-up.
The mobile phone is the only device to run the latest Android operating system – Jelly Bean version 4.2.
LG and Google have also incorporated the latest technologies like Near Field Communication (NFC) capabilities and wireless charging.
Posted by Claire Marshall