The Google Nexus 4 mobile phone is now available through network Three, as the O2 exclusivity deal has come to an end.
Aspirant owners have had difficulty purchasing the device through Google Play, since unexpected high demand meant the store experienced stock issues.
Many have opted for the SIM-free version of the handset due to a competitive price tag – the 8GB model is only £239 whereas the device offering 16 GB of internal storage costs £279.
At the moment, this is the only device available to run the latest version of the Android operating system – Jelly Bean 4.2.
It also sports a 4.7-inch screen which is protected by Gorilla Glass 2, an eight-megapixel camera, and a powerful Snapdragon S4 processor.
Buyers can opt for a two-year, £35-per-month contract through the operator, which includes all-you-can-eat data, 2,000 minutes, 5,000 Three-to-Three minutes and 5,000 text messages.
Customers will also need to provide a £29 upfront cost for the handset, which is manufactured by South Korean company LG.
Posted by Samantha Green