Thursday , May 5 2016

LG Nexus 4 16GB Black and White on sale at Harvey Norman

Harvey Norman Nexus 4

Harvey Norman have dropped the price of the panda white LG Nexus 4 16gb to $399 – $20 off the original $419 price tag! This brings the White Nexus 4 into line with the Black Nexus 4 at $399 for the 16gb, a noteable drop from the original price Harvey Norman was offering earlier this year back in February for $496.

With some fairly decent hardware specs and at $399, the Nexus 4 is a fairly attractive phone, you can head over to the Harvey Norman website and view the deals for both the Black and White Nexus 4 or head into your local Harvey Norman store.

Will the price drop for the White Nexus 4 make you consider buying the device? Have you got the White Nexus 4, tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

 
Source: Harvey Norman LG Nexus 4 White, and Harvey Norman LG Nexus 4 Black.

About Alex Dennis

Alex has been an avid Android fan since 2011 when he got his first ever device, the Sony Ericsson Xperia x10 mini.

Alex has been working within the Industrial Relations industry for the last 6 years, before that 6 months was spent under the NSW Fair Trading dept as a rental bonds officer and prior to that 2 and a half years within the tourism industry.

Alex does spend a fair bit of his time on Twitter, Facebook and various other social media sites search for all things Android.

  • nazdroid

    Damn! I just bought the White N4 2 weeks ago at $419. Oh well…

    • SammyK300

      Yeah, I bought it on the weekend, and the found out about this on Monday, still love it.

      • Peter Massey

        Harvey Norman do a price guarantee when purchasing from other stores. Sometimes though if you ring them up and say what’s happened they’ll give you a store credit.

        At least they did for me when I bought a $1k camera and the next day it was on sale for $750! Got a $250 credit from them.

        • SammyK300

          Not fussed, it’s only $20.
          Just annoyed that when I tried to negotiate on price they wouldn’t budge claiming it was below cost.