The Nexus 4 has been one of the most loved Android devices, with super-fast updates to the latest operating system and an incredibly cheap off-contract price, Google really found a winning strategy.
Sadly, the Nexus 4 is getting on in life and Canada’s second largest carrier Bell has decided to give it the “end of life” status. This means the phone will be dropped from the store front and Bell will not accept more stock.
It is not all sad news, this means Bell is either sick of not being able to sell the smartphone or the company is preparing the launch of the LG Nexus 5, the new Google smartphone with quick updates and a cheap off-contract price.
With the end of life status, is it actually worth buying the Nexus 4 still? We did a piece on this a few weeks ago – even if the phone is not the highest-end device now, it can still run all apps and Google will still be feeding the phone updates until the next Nexus phone reaches its “end of life” status.