Sunday, December 2, 2012

Google Nexus 4 Stocks Replenished

Google Nexus 4
Google Nexus 4
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Following a recent sold-out status, new stocks of the Google Nexus 4 are already available for consumers who were not able to purchase the smartphone when it was initially offered in the market.

The Google Nexus 4 was sold out minutes following its availability last November 13. Consumers who ordered the device but were not able to get one can expect the smartphone delivered to them soon. Stocks of the recently-released Google smartphone were not available in the past two weeks even as consumers eagerly awaited news of its availability.

The search giant revealed that the Google Nexus 4 will be available for sale on the Google Play Store.

The 8GB model of the Google Nexus 4 has a price tag of around $300, while the 16GB model is priced at $350. This low price point resulted to the sold out status of the device minutes after it entered the market. The company has reportedly sent emails to customers on the availability of the Google Nexus 4 and its upcoming resumption of deliveries.

T-Mobile is also offering the LG-manufactured smartphone at $200, which requires a two-year service contract.

Aside from the Google Nexus 4, stocks of the Google Nexus 7 and the Nexus 10 were also sold out a few days after they became available. Stocks of the two tablets have been replenished and are currently available in the market although there will be a two-week wait for the delivery of the 32GB model of the Google  Nexus 10.

It remains to be seen if the initial stocks of the Google Nexus 4 were not substantial enough for its expected demand or if there were problems in the supply chain of the company. Google has not revealed a specific sales figure for its latest device offering.

The demand for the Google Nexus 4 reflects the increasing appeal of the Nexus devices, whose sales were not quite impressive when the company initially offered the Google Nexus One in the market some time ago.

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