The latest Android flagship of Google, LG Nexus 4 sold out in less than an hour in the online store. It was listed as not available within 10 minutes of its launch; the company has not clarified as to when it will be back for sale. Google Play draws criticism as it wasn’t expected that the flagship product will go out of stock too early, in fact it will take three weeks to ship the handset to those who have successfully ordered it online.
A considerably large number of buyers went to the retail stores to pick up the phone in person, this usually happens when iPhone or Higher End galaxy phones arrive in the market.
The tremendous demand of the new device may be the result of its low price, it isn’t a budget smartphone yet it is a too good product for its price. As Nexus 4 disclosed its price, it sparked the interests of many Android lovers. Who would not love to pocket an 8 GB model at £239 or a16 GB model at £279, of one of the most advanced gadget? So, Google must be overwhelmed by the exceptional demand of the mobile set but the great task ahead is to meet that demand.
The said gadget has crisp 4.7 inch display; it runs on the latest 4.2 jelly bean operating system of Android. It supports all the latest connectivity options with Bluetooth 4.0 version at par with the Nexus 7 Bluetooth. It is packed with many exciting Google products and applications, for instance Google Now is the latest app that provides the users with real time updates. This handset puts the best of the said platform in your palm.
LG Nexus 4 is an absolute delight, currently it is out of stock but keep your fingers crossed till it comes back.