Nexus 4 recently returned at the Google Play Store but it appears the 8GB version is facing supply issues once again. The device currently shows indication of availability concerns due to delayed shipping times where customers have to wait for three to four weeks before getting their hands on the Nexus phone.
For the Nexus 4 16GB version, its shipping time is only one to two weeks but the device could still head towards the scarcity direction as well. The Nexus 4 shipping time during its November release has gotten out of hand since the supply of the smart phone did not last.
Nexus 4 availability has been the main concern and Google CEO Larry Page bravely stepped forward to address the issue. "Clearly there is work to be done in managing our supply better, besides building a great customer experience that is a priority for our teams," the Google CEO stated.
Supply issues just prove that Google Nexus 4 is one of the most sought after Android phones on the market due to its features, specifications and price. Google offers the price of $299 for the Nexus 4 8GB version while the Nexus 4 16GB costs $349.
Nexus 4 runs on the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean mobile operating system with a 4.7-inch screen display and 1280x768 pixel resolution. The other phone features and specifications include the 2,100 mAh battery, 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 pro processor, micro USB, HDMI connectivity and Corning Gorilla Glass 2-crafted screen. However, the only catch is that Nexus 4 does not have a 4G LTE connectivity.