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Submitted by pacemaster 961d ago | opinion piece

Top Apps For Your New Google Nexus 4

Techologie- The Nexus 4 not only wins big spec wise, but it also wins money wise. Offering consumers a “low” priced smartphone without losing key features is a bold thing to do. Deep down I really want this to succeed, not for Googles sake, but for the average consumer. If more manufacturers offered “low” priced smartphones that didn’t lack in features, the world would be a better place . With just a few days till the Nexus 4 launch, we cover a few apps that we feel are must haves for your shiny new toy. (Google Nexus 4, Phones, Smartphone)

sealava  +   961d ago
hopefully this will lead future mobile phones to have a much lower prices .
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Gondee  +   960d ago
This will do the opposite. google subsidizes this phone at about cost. They can afford to make no money because they will gain it back in advertising.

Now how does a manufacturer compete with that? Samsung builds the GS3 $400+ each, then turns around and sells it to a carrier for 500-600.
illmatic  +   961d ago
I agree. Lowering the price on mobile phones might actually be more profittable to the company. Just look at free-to-play gaming

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