Although Nexus 4 and 10’s launches should have been true celebrations for Google given the amount of popular interest reported by everyone involved in technology, the road from happiness to nightmares has been a very short and abrupt one.
To say that the search giant, aided and abetted by LG and Samsung, has enraged a whole lot of tech lovers with the limited supplies of the two devices would be a huge understatement. However, we might just get the opportunity to bury the past and look brightly to the future soon enough, as efforts are being made to get the Nexus 4 and 10 in the hands of as many people as possible.
The 10-inch tablet is already back in stock in Google Play US, as we reported earlier today, while the 4.7-inch phone should again start selling “in January.” Unfortunately, the info is not official and it doesn’t refer to the Play Store either but T-Mobile is the only American carrier to sell the handheld with subsidized pricing.
Still, it’s good to know that the Nexus 4 “will launch in all T-Mobile retail locations” in four weeks tops, especially that the phone’s on-contract price is not exactly prohibitive, right?
Via [Tmo News]