According to a new internal document accessed by Android Police, T-Mobile could have low stock issues of the Nexus 6 as well. This means that the low stock issues of the smartphone might not just be limited to the Google Play Store. The document says that not all of T-Mobile’s outlets will have demo units of the Nexus 6 on November 11 or 12 and might have to wait a few weeks to get it.
Customers can however walk in to a store and ask for the Nexus 6 to be shipped to their home address, which appears to be the only option right now if you live in a small city. It is understood that T-Mobile will be concentrating the supply of the handset towards outlets in major cities of the U.S.
The smartphone is expected to go live through the carrier’s retail channels this Wednesday, but with supplies being marred by heavy demand, it seems like Google and Motorola have their work cut out for them. These issues are not new to Nexus device launches as we’ve seen over the past couple of years. But come December or January, the supply of the Nexus 6 should become more streamlined with the demand dipping down to some extent.
Will you walk into a T-Mobile store this Wednesday and try your luck at getting your hands on the Motorola Nexus 6?
Via: Android Police