Nexus 4 retail locations

Google this afternoon set up a Google Map deal where you can find retail locations that carry the Nexus 4. That's good. And long overdue. The one catch is that you can't actually tell if your nearest store has any in stock. You'll need to call ahead (or just show up, we suppose) to find out.

The other thing is that right now the only brick-and-mortar place to buy a Nexus 4 is T-Mobile. So basically you're looking at T-Mobile locations. But we have a feeling that Google setting up a proper retail search perhaps is a sign of things to come. Best Buy? Radio Shack? Let's hope we see them -- and other retail outlets -- added soon.

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Google rolls out Nexus 4 retail locator

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You find the store in G Maps click on it and store info should pop up, with a phone number that you press and it will dial that store to find out if it's in stock.

For me, this may as well just be a T-Mobile store locator. I can put it on 50 miles, which covers the entire St. Louis metro area, and all it shows are T-Mobile stores.

Springs. But my question is are these sold without contract? As in can I go to TMo and get it for $299/$349?