The most frustrating and annoying feature about the Google Nexus 4 is how extraordinarily long it takes for consumers to get a hold of it. As Phone Arena points out, the demand is so extremely high, stock runs out within minutes of the Play Store receiving new stock. Those that are still waiting to get one of the devices have two options. The first is that T-Mobile should be having the smartphone in stock at their brick and mortar stores by the end of January. The second option is to continue waiting.
Why should you continue waiting? Well, as Phone Arena comment goer eisenbricher points out, the Nexus 4 will be history by the time people get their hands on it, as the Android ecosystem is moving way too fast. It might be in your best interest to simply wait for the next Nexus device to release.
Regardless, those who are wanting to snag a Nexus 4 from T-Mobile may want to start thinking of a battle plan. If the leaked image above is to be trust, T-Mobile stores are going to have a extremely limited amount of Nexus 4’s in stock, which means they’ll more than likely be sold on a first come first serve basis. As you can see in the image, this T-Mobile store is only expecting a mere 5 Nexus 4 smartphones.
If you desperately want a Nexus 4 smartphone, you may want to grab the tent and start camping out until the store receives their shipment. The catch is, there isn’t a specific date when the shipment will come in. On the other hand, it might be wise to wait for another Nexus device to release — hopefully manufactured by someone other than LG.