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LG says 'don't blame us' for Nexus 4 supplies

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 14 Jan 2013 21:07 User comments (3)

LG says 'don't blame us' for Nexus 4 supplies LG has dodged blame for the serious supply issues Google has been having for its Nexus 4 flagship.
As I have written in depth on this site, trying to buy the Nexus 4 has been a disaster for most. At launch, the company had less than 100,000 available and the devices sold out within 20 minutes with Google's own hardware Play Store site practically unusable during the time.

The company made a few hundred thousand more devices available at the end of November, but there were serious technical errors again, and shipping times quickly ballooned from 1 week to 9 weeks before the device sold out again. It remains sold out.

Google even went as far as to say that supply from LG were "scarce and erratic" last month.

LG, however, says that production is going as planned at its Pyeongtaek plant in South Korea, with no known supply issues.

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3 user comments

114.1.2013 21:33

Then there is some serious communication problems between the two.

215.1.2013 0:18

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LG, however, says that production is going as planned at its Pyeongtaek plant in South Korea, with no known supply issues.
For them to say that and offer up no other possible or reasonable explanation, I'm gonna assume its their fault.

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315.1.2013 10:41

Originally posted by Morreale:
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LG, however, says that production is going as planned at its Pyeongtaek plant in South Korea, with no known supply issues.
For them to say that and offer up no other possible or reasonable explanation, I'm gonna assume its their fault.
yep same here

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