Google’s Nexus 4 smartphone, the first in the popular series to be manufactured by LG, is expected to become available for purchase through all T-Mobile stores in the United States before the end of this month.
The handset has been already available through the wireless carrier since November, but only select retail locations had been selling it.
Starting this month, however, the device is expected to be put up for sale through all of the company’s brick and mortar stores, a leaked document that emerged over at TmoNews unveils, though a specific availability date hasn’t been confirmed so far.
The Android 4.2 Jelly Bean-based handset will remain available through Google’s Play Store as well, where it is currently listed as out of stock. T-Mobile’s online store also lists the device as sold out.