Google responsible for Nexus 4 shortage: LG

Google’s Nexus 4 which was last November and released for sale online on a contract from a mobile network, now has in short supply, reports said.

As per media information, Cathy Robin, director of LG Mobile in France, blamed Google for the stock problems as due to it’s under estimates demand for Nexus 4, based on sales of the Samsung-made Galaxy Nexus.

Reports are also that there was a price issue between Google and LG over Android-powered smartphone Nexus 4.

Despite Google-LG rage over Nexus 4 price tag, LG claimed to make deliveries of device very soon in this month.

India will also have to wait for this much awaited Smartphone as no signs of launch in India.

Korean firm LG manufactured Google Nexus 4 is high end as well as much expensive smartphone starts at £239 for an 8GB version or £279 for 16GB in the US.

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