Not much to our surprise, Google’s Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 devices have all sold out yet again. Customers who still wish to order one or both of these devices now have to wait till Google replenishes their stock. In addition, their 16GB Nexus 7 tablet is also sold out. It seems as if customers are really stocking up on Google’s popular devices for this Christmas. Certainly a good sign for Google, but hopefully in the future Google prepares for such a high demand so that this doesn’t happen again.
Either way, once stock is replenished on these devices, TalkAndroid will be sure to let you all know asap!
source: Google Play
We sure hope you pre-ordered you Galaxy Nexus with-in the last two days. If not, you are SOL, and I’m sure I don’t have to spell that out for you. As depicted in the image above the Sprint customers have exhausted the pre-order inventory for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Apparently this 4.65-inch display, running stock Android 4.0 device is much more sought after than Sprint anticipated. It’s not everyday you see a pre-order out of stock, and in 3 days for that matter.
All Sprint can say for itself is:
“Pre-order sold out! Our Galaxy Nexus pre-order inventory has been spoken for. Check back on April 22 for the national launch.”
I’ll just go ahead and say it. Looks like myself, along with many others are going to have to wait until April 22nd to get in an order for this latest LTE Android phone from Sprint. All I know is the Now Network better be prepared and stock up on the Gnex for the official release. I have a feeling these thing will be flying off the shelves.
Moblicity has already sold out of the Google Nexus One after listing it for sale 24 hours ago. Moblicity now shows that the Nexus One is “Sold Out”, therefore asking desperate ones to “Check Back Soon For Availability”. We’re sure however that they’ll be restocking shortly due to the extremely high demand.
Well if it’s not screen separation or touch sensitivity issues, it’s stock availability. Sprint’s cash cow is again out of stock, as it was a few weeks ago. You have to wonder if they really didn’t think that it’d be this popular, given that this is the 2nd (or 3rd?) time that it’s gone out of stock. If you’re lucky, you might be able to call around and find one in a local store near you, but don’t get your hopes up. But hey, look on the bright side, it’s not like you’re ordering your EVO and then getting a email saying that you’re order has been cancelled.