The Nexus 4, Google's latest device manufactured by LG, is coming to the Three network in the UK from 13 December, the company has announced.

So far the 4.7-inch device has been a network exclusive to O2, although, of course, you've been able to buy the handset direct from the Play Store (stock allowing) since 13 November.

Three will be offering the Nexus 4 on a £35 a month contract, with an upfront price of £29 on the One Plan. This gives you all-you-can eat data, 2000 any network minutes, 5000 network minutes and 5000 texts, but hits you with a 24-month contract. 

Alternatively, you could opt for the PAYG deal, where the phone will cost you £399.99, along with the top-up of your choice.

The Nexus 4 is DC-HSDPA compatible, so will work with Three's Ultrafast network, in lieu of proper 4G LTE. It features a 4.7-inch high-definition display on the front and plenty of power inside, with a quad-core chipset and 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage.

Criticisms of the device so far have been that the battery life isn't too impressive, the camera is a little lacklustre and the storage is a little on the low side, but it's an impressive handset, with the latest that Android has on offer. You can read all about it in our review. 

READ: Nexus 4 review

Of course, you could just stump up the cash (£259 for 8GB, £279 for 16GB) and buy the unlocked handset direct from Google and then take a cheaper tariff and have the freedom to sell and move on in 12-months' time when the next Nexus phone lands.

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