There’s some great news for you if you’re in Germany and have been eagerly waiting to get your hands on the Google Nexus 4. Both the 8GB and 16GB versions of the still very in-demand smartphone are finally back in stock on the German Google Play Store, with an estimated shipping date of 3 – 5 days.
Google CEO Larry Page mentioned that figuring out the shortage and getting the device back in stock was their top priority, and the company certainly seems to have kept its word.
And The Nexus 4 also recently returned to the UK Play Store, but overall, the Nexus 4’s distribution was one big failure. The handset has been out of stock longer than it has been in-stock, and that’s not simply because of the great demand, but due to supply problems. Google hasn’t really sold so many Nexus 4 units, so the unexpectedly high demand can’t be an excuse.
Even with the imminent arrivals of high-end smartphones from HTC and Samsung, the Nexus 4 is indeed a wonderful smartphone , which is still perfectly relevant from hardware standpoint. So, if you are looking for a great smartphone at a good price, in Germany, the Nexus 4 is priced at €249 (~$320) for the 8GB version, available here, and €349 (~$450) for the 16GB version, you might want to consider this one.
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