CNET has reported that Google underestimated the demand for their Nexus 4 smartphone.
The report said that demand for Google Nexus 4 is around 10 times the supplies from LG.
Even though the phone has been on sale for a couple of weeks now, it is pretty hard to get your hands on a unit.
The demand for Nexus 4 is so high in markets like USA that it is not being introduced in newer markets. LG had previously indicated that it would go on sale in India in the month of December. But that never happened.
Google and LG have been blaming each other for the mess. In the end, the brand Nexus is the loser.
The attractive pricing of the device means that the demand for this phone is much higher compared to previous generation Android devices.
Google is selling it for USD 300 and USD 350 for the 8GB and 16GB edition. We expect Google to revamp the offering in the coming weeks with more storage and possible LTE options.