Is there something that we have missed out on today? It seems that the Nexus 4 is about to arrive in droves, having both Best Buy and Wirefly unveil to the world their respective Nexus 4 pages, with Google switching the page to “Temporarily Out of Stock” compared to the “Sold Out” product pages that we are all so used to. Do you think that this rather subtle change in wording has more than meets the eye? LG did say that the Nexus 4 supply should ought to be replenished in order to satisfy the demand of the masses sometime in the middle of next month onwards, and to hear that fresh stock is arriving to retailers, it does seem that this bit of information holds true.
Of course, a whole lot of it remains as hearsay and rumors at this point in time, so you might want to take this bit of information in with a grain of salt – or a few pinches, depending on the believability level. Nexus branded devices in the US that were affected by today’s change include the Nexus 4 16GB, Nexus 4 8GB, Nexus 10 32GB, Nexus 10 16GB and the Nexus 4 bumper.
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