As with the Nexus 7 tablet, Google shocked the UK tech world when it announced the pricing structure of it’s new flagship handset. Departing from Samsung for the latest iteration of the Nexus, Google and LG has priced their new phone from just £239. This bargain basement price gets you the 8GB version, or you can stump up £279 for 16GB of onboard storage. Unsurprisingly, when the phone was released for order today it sold out in just 30 minutes. Boasting a higher pixel density than the iPhone 5 (and the blighted rear glass slab that the iPhone 4 introduced) the Nexus 4 also has 2GB RAM and a super fast 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor. Couple those specs with the fact you’ll always be privy to the latest and greatest version of Android OS, the Nexus 4 is a very tempting proposition indeed.