If you’ve been thinking about getting a Nexus 4, then Google just made your decision easier. They’ve generously slashed $100 from the price of their flagship smartphone, bringing the price of the Nexus 4 down to $199 for the 8GB version and down to $249 for the 16GB version. Talk about a crazy deal!

Few smartphone companies make the moves that Google does, so when they do, you’ve got to pay attention so you don’t miss out. The Nexus 4 has specs that still hold up a year after its release, with its 4.7-inch 1280 x 768 resolution display, 1.5 GHz quad-core processor, and 2GB of RAM.

Not to be biased or anything, but I’ve been using this phone for the last four months and it hasn’t left me wanting for anything, to be honest. The Nexus 4 comes with features that offer the best of both worlds: it’s great for gaming, streaming videos, and listening to music, so it’s got leisure and entertainment covered.

For chronic workaholics–well, there’s a bevy of office and productivity apps that you can choose from in the Google Play store. Since it runs on Android, you can also have a custom interface made for enterprise-type applications.

Perhaps the best part about the Nexus 4 is the fact that it’s an unlocked device, so you can use it with the carrier of your choice. Given the price, the specs, and the fact that it’s unlocked, you won’t get a better deal on any phone anywhere else. You can find out more about the device on Google’s site.

VIA [ Dvice ]