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Tuesday, 12 February 2013 14:21

Nexus 4 wireless charging orb hits Google Play

Written by Slobodan Simic



Priced at US $59.99


Those that were lucky enough to snatch the Nexus 4 will be quite happy to know that the announced wireless charging orb has finally arrived on Google Play and is happily selling for US $59.99.

In case you missed it, the Nexus charging orb uses the Qi inductive charging technology. The Nexus 4 was quite a good surprise back when it launched but its supply issues that were bouncing between Google and LG has been plaguing it from day one. Hopefully, the arrival of the Nexus orb will mark a new chapter in the Nexus 4 story, as current shipping times are still set at "a couple of weeks" for the smartphone while the orb has a shipping time at around a week.

As noted, the Nexus orb is currently available only in the States with a price set at US $59.99 while other countries should get it soon, hopefully.

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