Google Nexus 4 supply can be described with the Nicolas Cage film titled "Gone In 60 Seconds" since sold out reports spread on the internet shortly after its release last November 2012. The Nexus 4 8GB and 16GB version both made a recent comeback and it appears that Google and LG has finally solved the supply issues.
Initially, Google and LG pointed their fingers at each other on who should be blamed for the Nexus 4 scarcity. It is a wise decision that these two giant companies stopped the bickering and worked together instead to provide a stable Nexus 4 availability for the device enthusiasts.
Though there was no official explanation as to what really happened, it appears LG was correct to claim that Google simply miscalculated the demand of the Nexus 4. Andy Coughlin, LG head of mobile division in the United Kingdom, revealed to CNET that the Nexus 4 immediately sold out because of the device's huge demand without confirming any sales numbers or how many Nexus 4 units Google has ordered.
Google is responsible for dictating all of the features on the project like how many devices must be produced and when while LG is only the manufacturer.
Consumers are now hoping that Google and LG have finally fixed the supply issues and the "Nexus 4 Sold Out" messages will no longer pop up after its second return on the market. Fortunately, Google Nexus 4 is still a strong competitor.
The promising sign of the Nexus 4 is the smart phone's stable availability on the Google Play Store. Nexus 4 is currently available in Australian Google Play Stores with the 8GB version priced at AU$349 while the 16GB versions costs AU$399. The Nexus 4 device enthusiasts from other countries like Saudi Arabia and Spain are still in luck purchasing the most sought after device on their hands.
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