LG tries to explain the disastrous launch of the Nexus 4

The manufacturer of the Nexus 4, like its owner Google, cites ‘high demand’ when asked about the disastrous launch of the smartphone and the gloomy forecasts of short-term distribution of the smartphone.

Nexus 4

LG tries to explain in an interview with CNET inexplicable. And it is difficult to understand that a product runs out in 14 minutes after it goes on sale, unless you really did not have enough units ahead of its launch and had not prepared.

When asked about the availability of the Nexus 4 in other channels and not on Google Play, LG states that, “as in any sales process, LG supplied quantities of products to retailers and operators according to forecasts”.

Of course, if you want to get out of the official Google store will be priced from usury, since the channel is coming to double its price of 299 euros. Asked by LG, also particularly stands out: “the selling price of LG products is decided by individual retailers”.

Well, no doubt LG Nexus 4 is one of those smartphones which are still in massive demands and will set new records of sales only if LG will supply good quantity to market.

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