T-Mobile launches Nexus 5 and LTE Nexus 7


Google Nexus 5 and Google LTE Nexus 7 (2003) finally arrived at T-Mobile stores, as it was promised last week in T-Mobile website.

If you want to have a brand new Nexus 5, go to the local T-Mobile store and purchase it at a full retail price of &449.99. If you prefer the two-year long-term plan, you can take your Nexus 5 for $41.99 down payment plus $10 for the SIM starter kit and pay $17 every month. Basically, the required payment will amount $87 per month for the device featuring everything unlimited which is significantly cheaper than other carriers’ offers. For example Google Nexus 5 16GB variant will cost you $100 higher if you purchase it from Google Play Store. The handset arrived with its 5-inches display with 1080p full HD resolution. Nexus 5 is powered by a quad-core CPU with 2.26GHz speed and Snapdragon 800 and 2GB RAM, running Android 4.4 KitKat and it works with a non-removable battery with 2300mAh.

If you’re more interested in the Google LTE Nexus 7, its retail price in T-Mobile is $384. It also features a long-term plan that doesn’t include a down payment, only monthly payments of $16 for two years. In comparison to Nexus 5, the LTE Nexus 7 goes for $349 in the Google Plat Store, so it’s a little bit expensive. The LTE variant of the device offers 32GB built-in memory and provides support for a huge range of networks, including the following ones: LTE (700, 850, AWS, 1900MHz), HSPA (850, 900, AWS, 1900, 2100MHz) and GSM/EDGE/GPRS (850, 900, 1800, 1900MHz).  Google Play has the Nexus 7 is in stock and will ship the tablet in approximately 2 business days. But in case you are impatient and you want it on the spot, drive to the local T-Mobile and grab it right away.

Notice that both devices got easily sold out at Sprint and T-Mobile last time. Unfortunately, they might never reach AT&T, but who knows.

Source: Android Authority

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