The LG Nexus 4 went on sale last week and amazingly it sold out on Google Play across the world in under an hour. Sadly, that means that anyone who didn't order one in time will now have to wait for more stock to arrive.
Google havn't given any precise details on when new stock of the LG Nexus 4 will be available, but it's being reported that it could be up to 3 weeks. That'll mean that those who havn't already placed a successful order might have to wait until December to get their hands on the smartphone !
Google are claiming to have been overwhelmed, and evidently under-prepared, with the level of demand they've seen for their Android smartphone. We're not all that surprised by the sales because the smartphones offers amazing value.
Those wanting to pickup the Nexus 4 can also order the smartphone from O2 who appear to have the device in-stock. You can pickup the Nexus 4 on O2 free on contracts starting at £34 a month and you can checkout all of O2's Nexus 4 deals by clicking here.
The Nexus 4 costs just £239 and has a 4.7 inch touch-screen (1280*720 pixels) and is powered by a quad-core 1.4 Ghz Snapdragon processor. Google's smartphone also has 2GB of RAM, an 8 mega-pixel camera and runs on Android Jelly-Bean.
3G will be reviewing the LG Nexus 4 very soon so keep posted to get the lowdown on Google's smartphone. Until then you can read our article comparing the Nexus 4 with the iPhone 5 and Galaxy SIII by clicking here!
By Simon Thomas on 19th November, 2012