With Nexus 4 sold out in most countries where it went live, Android fans can now turn their attention to its carrier-bounded sibling, the LG Optimus G.Unfortunately, the LG Optimus G comes with a locked bootloader, but its specs sheet is almost similar to Nexus 4’s.
The handset is now available for purchase through Sprint and AT&T for as low as $200/€155 on 2-year terms.
However, Amazon currently offers better deals on both Sprint and AT&T LG Optimus G handsets. The retailer sells the smartphone for half the usual price, so customers will only have to pay $100/€80 for the device.
The promotional deal is available for new and existing customers eligible for renewal. Amazon promises to ship the LG Optimus G in 24 hours and offers free Two-Day shipping.