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  Reply # 729548 10-Dec-2012 09:58
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Hmm, the warehouse one has free delivery.. but 3-5 working days.
Guess i'll wait for google some more :|

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  Reply # 729549 10-Dec-2012 09:58
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Sweeeeeet! Thanks. Hard to resist having this in my hand possibly this week!Laughing

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 729550 10-Dec-2012 09:58
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dafman:
kyhwana2:
dafman: That's a pretty steep price, considering the S3 can be bought for $799 at the moment. At USD $349, I would have expected it to land here at around $499 - not $699. Early pricing - I'd expect it to drop once it's scarcity factor is overcome.


Ahh, but that's without any markup!


Fair point, but will it be available here via the Play Store at some point in the near future?


Nope, we're far too small for google to both worrying about. (Since they'd have to handle GST, warranty returns, complying with the various NZ consumer law, etc.


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  Reply # 729567 10-Dec-2012 10:16
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xyf: The Nexus 4 combines the most powerful hardware with the very latest Android software – and it will get any new Android updates first. The first handset with the new Quad-core Qualcomm processor along with wireless charging and Android 4.2 make this the pinnacle of the Android experience.

http://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/red/catalog/product/2degrees-LG-Google-Nexus-4?SKU=1681642


Hmm, that page says you can buy them instore? Anyone tried yet? For that price I still want it in my hand now..


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  Reply # 729570 10-Dec-2012 10:20
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kyhwana2:
xyf: The Nexus 4 combines the most powerful hardware with the very latest Android software – and it will get any new Android updates first. The first handset with the new Quad-core Qualcomm processor along with wireless charging and Android 4.2 make this the pinnacle of the Android experience.

http://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/red/catalog/product/2degrees-LG-Google-Nexus-4?SKU=1681642


Hmm, that page says you can buy them instore? Anyone tried yet? For that price I still want it in my hand now..



Call them up and tell them to put it on reserve ? lol

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  Reply # 729577 10-Dec-2012 10:28
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I called up my local store who said they don't have in stock and nobody does, its online only.
Not sure if its true though as I'm in Whakatane so we probably wouldn't be the first store on the list to get the actual phone.

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  Reply # 729598 10-Dec-2012 10:46
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Lolbooks:
kyhwana2:
xyf: The Nexus 4 combines the most powerful hardware with the very latest Android software – and it will get any new Android updates first. The first handset with the new Quad-core Qualcomm processor along with wireless charging and Android 4.2 make this the pinnacle of the Android experience.

http://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/red/catalog/product/2degrees-LG-Google-Nexus-4?SKU=1681642


Hmm, that page says you can buy them instore? Anyone tried yet? For that price I still want it in my hand now..



Call them up and tell them to put it on reserve ? lol


I find it hard to believe that they had much in stock in the first place. Anyone actually able to get one from Warehouse?

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  Reply # 729602 10-Dec-2012 10:49
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nselect:
Lolbooks:
kyhwana2:
xyf: The Nexus 4 combines the most powerful hardware with the very latest Android software – and it will get any new Android updates first. The first handset with the new Quad-core Qualcomm processor along with wireless charging and Android 4.2 make this the pinnacle of the Android experience.

http://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/red/catalog/product/2degrees-LG-Google-Nexus-4?SKU=1681642


Hmm, that page says you can buy them instore? Anyone tried yet? For that price I still want it in my hand now..



Call them up and tell them to put it on reserve ? lol


I find it hard to believe that they had much in stock in the first place. Anyone actually able to get one from Warehouse?


Same. I wonder how many they had...and how! Lol. I ordered one since the one I ordered from the play store is 5-6 weeks away.

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  Reply # 729633 10-Dec-2012 11:34
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I managed to get one from the Warehouse online. I was actually in the Monday morning meeting at 10 am, by 10:06 am half had sold, so I made up some excuse and ran back to my desk to order one.

Looking forward to having one of these in my hands this week, quite happy to pay the premium for the NZ warranty etc.

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  Reply # 729687 10-Dec-2012 12:30
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god damn I missed it

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  Reply # 729738 10-Dec-2012 13:23
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They seem to be adding more stock once it runs (I've seen "Sold Out" twice now and then the stock bar magically refills) so at the moment it's not too late yet.

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  Reply # 729739 10-Dec-2012 13:25
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mwilcox: god damn I missed it


http://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/red/redalert/product/9400006006074 Go go... Laughing

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  Reply # 729745 10-Dec-2012 13:34
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ritzlal:
mwilcox: god damn I missed it


http://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/red/redalert/product/9400006006074 Go go... Laughing


Thanks!!

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  Reply # 729746 10-Dec-2012 13:35
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Would this be getting into the Yakju vs Takju situation that the Galaxy Nexus has?

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  Reply # 729750 10-Dec-2012 13:37
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I just ordered one.

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