Harvey Norman will sell the white Google Nexus 4

LG's new white Google Nexus 4 will be sold "exclusively" through Harvey Norman from mid-June

LG's new white Google Nexus 4 will be sold "exclusively" through Harvey Norman from mid-June, the company announced today.

Harvey Norman will sell the new white Google Nexus 4 from "mid-June".
Harvey Norman will sell the new white Google Nexus 4 from "mid-June".

Read our review of the Google Nexus 4 here

LG officially announced a white version of the Nexus 4 smartphone earlier this week. Bearing the model number E960W, it retains identical specifications to the original black model.

The 16GB model of the white Nexus 4 will be sold outright for $419 through Harvey Norman from "mid-June", retaining the same pricing as the original black model.

The white Nexus 4 will also be available on a range of Optus mobile plans at "selected stores".

Harvey Norman will sell the Google Nexus 4 on eight Optus plans starting at $34 per month over 24 months ($15 per month handset repayments + $19 Optus cap) and ranging up to $129 (no handset repayments on the $129 Optus Timeless plan).

The white Google Nexus 4 requires no monthly handset repayments on the $60 Optus plan, which includes $650 worth of calls, unlimited SMS and 1.5GB of data per month.

The back of the white Nexus 4.
The back of the white Nexus 4.

Although the rear of the phone is white, the new Nexus 4 retains a black front bezel, so it's perhaps best described as a two-tone colour scheme.

The white Nexus 4 will also be available to order online through Google's Play Store, though it's not yet listed on the Australian site.

The 8GB model sells for $349, while the 16GB model retails for $399, though online customers in Australia are charged $19.99 for shipping.

The white Nexus 4 can be pre-ordered on Harvey Norman's website with a free in-store pickup or a delivery fee of $6.95 to most Australian locations.

Are you interested purchasing the white Nexus 4 from Harvey Norman? Let us know in the comments below!

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