Forget expensive online mark-ups on the Nexus 4. Soon you’ll be able to pay high prices in store as Harvey Norman gears up to flog the unicorn that is the Google Nexus 4.
You’ll be able to nab yourself a 16GB Nexus 4 for the paltry sum of $496 from 1 February. That makes it just shy of $100 more expensive than the same device is going for on the Google Play store at $399. It’s not the worst mark-up we’ve seen, but it’s close.
Like we’ve said previously: if you simply must have a Nexus 4, you’ll be paying a mark-up. This one isn’t terrible, though, and at least you’ll have it in your hands quicker than you would if you bought it online. [Ausdroid]