When the Nexus 4 bumper case first arrived to Google’s virtual store shelves, it managed to disappear from Google Play just as quickly as the Nexus 4 itself. Luckily, the official LG Nexus 4 bumper is now back in stock through the Play Store, at least in the United States.
In case you own an Android 4.2 device – that means a Nexus handset or tablet for now – you may have experienced one of the currently reported Android 4.2 bugs, random reboots. But the good news is that Google has acknowledged the issue and it’s currently working on a fix that would probably be released in a future update.
The Nexus 4 is definitely one of the hottest device to purchase this Christmas, with plenty of Android fans rushing to buy the device in various markets. Earlier... today we learned that UK and Germany Google Play Stores list the 8GB Nexus 4 version as out of stock, while the 16GB model is showing ship times of 5-6 weeks.
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In case your aching to buy your Nexus 4 smartphone, you should know that the device is back in stock. Unfortunately, it’s back in stock with T-Mobile, not the Google Play Store, which means that only some U.S. Android fans can purchase the handset right now.
If you are looking for a Nexus device, or multiple Nexus devices and are tired of surfing the Play Store to get some bad news, you can try the Play Store Availability Checker website to see which Nexus devices are currently available where you live.
The Nexus 4 is the latest Google pure Android smartphone in town and the device is selling like hot cakes in various markets. At the same time, we’ll note that we have no idea how many cakes Google and LG produced in their initial batch, as neither company announced Nexus 4 sales numbers for the launch week.
Love, love, love! It’s the spirit of the season over here at Android Authority, and we feel like giving back to our most favorite people in the world – you – our readers. With this in mind, we decided to give away the most rock ‘em sock ‘em tablet on the market – the Google Nexus 10! It’s Giveaway time! Check out the easy to follow directions inside!
November 13th has come and gone, and the lucky few of you out there that managed to purchase an LG Nexus 4 are now just patiently awaiting shipping. We have good news: shipment confirmation emails are starting to roll out today.
When the first rumors broke out that Google would introduce a 32GB Nexus 7 model, many people assumed that Google would be keeping the 8GB an 16GB models in place, with the former to be sold at just $99.
Answering to various questions related to Google’s recent new product announcements, John Lagerling, Google’s director of business development for Android, revealed during an interview with The New York Times details about potential Motorola Nexus plans. Just don’t get too excited!