Nexus 4 hasn't been the easiest phone to get your hands on, and stock hasn't been very "fulfilling" but it looks like that might be changing soon. We're hearing a few reports that T-Mobile stores nationwide are set to receive more inventory in the coming days. Online sales have sold out in minutes and the phones been elusive to say the least, but you might have better luck at a retail store soon.
Nexus 4 illusive would be an understatement. It sold out on Google Play in less than 30 minutes. T-Mobile also ran out of the device rather quickly. Users looking to get their hands on a device have certainly faced some difficultly, but it looks like Google is getting things sorted out, as the device is finally finding itself in stock again.
Nexus 10 is back in stock over at the Google Play Store. As expected the tablet is $399 and selling like hot cakes.
Transformer Prime being in stock a few times recently but they seem to sell out faster than our fingers can type. ASUS and their hotly anticipated quad-core tablet has been selling out everywhere and with good reason. Thanks to a few tips from our readers we can now confirm it being in stock and available at BestBuy.com
Wirefly has the Verizon Galaxy Nexus for just $229 -- a cool $70 cheaper than Verizon.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus with 4.0 ICS. For those that know what they are doing with modding Android this should be something you are very familiar with. It's nice to see Google dropping this for everyone so quick too.
HTC EVO 4G, and I'm sure plenty expected it for the Kyocera Echo but today both of these Android smartphones have hit EOL (End of Life). Obviously the EVO 4G lasted much longer than the other and its reign has lasted a long time. Being the first 4.3" Android phone powered by 4G it was a sure hit and I still see the EVO 4G more than most to this day.
filed a lawsuit to stop the merger, and that is only the beginning.