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Nexus 4 Shipping to T-Mobile, On Sale as Early as This Week

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The Nexus 4 is a tough smartphone to find, but T-Mobile should have limited stock of the Nexus 4 available to sell later this month, possibly as soon as this week.

According to TMoNews, the latest shipment of Nexus 4 units is on the way to T-Mobile stores, but shoppers shouldn’t get their hopes up as shipment numbers are incredibly low.

In the leaked document one T-Mobile store shows only 5 Nexus 4 units arriving. TMoNews claims this document shows that the promised Nexus 4 stock is on the way to stores, but isn’t able to confirm if this all T-Mobile stores can expect shipments of this size.

Read: Nexus 4 Mess – Not Worth the Wait

This small batch of Nexus 4 units are apparently already on the way to one store by UPS Ground, which means T-Mobile locations across the U.S. may start selling the Nexus 4 by the end of the week. T-Mobile is not offering any official Nexus 4 in-store reservation system or an official on-sale date for this new batch of Nexus 4 units.

Nexus 4 in Stock Soon

The Nexus 4 could go on sale at T-Mobile by the end of the week.

The Nexus 4 remains nearly impossible to buy. The Nexus 4 is out of stock on the Google Play Store, where it was last available in mid-December. T-Mobile also struggles to keep the Nexus 4 in-stock online, where it has been sold out for some time.

Read: How to Know When the Nexus 4 is Back in Stock

Shoppers can use an Android app to track when the Nexus 4 is on sale on the Google Play Store. The only way to find out if the local T-Mobile store is selling the Nexus 4 is to call and ask.

Estimates put the Nexus 4 sales at close to 400,000 units, an amount that cannot keep up with demand for the latest pure Google device and it’s $349 unlocked, off-contract price. T-Mobile charges $549, a $200 premium over Google, for the off-contract Nexus 4, but it will not likely have trouble selling the Nexus 4 later this month.

Nexus 4 production appears to be ramping up, with output at more than double the first month’s. This means we may see over 200,000 Nexus 4 units produced in January. Once split between all the various regions and shipped to the customers who ordered the Nexus 4 with a six to seven week wait, this may not last too long. Rumors that LG halted the Nexus 4 production appear to be unfounded, and shouldn’t affect availability any more than production already has.

Josh Smith is Editor of GottaBeMobile and Notebooks.com. He's always looking for ways to help you get the most of your gear and loves to talk about tech on radio and TV. Josh uses an iOS and Android devices as well as Mac and Windows Computers. Josh Smith on Google+ Email: [email protected]

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  1. Roger

    01/15/2013 at 11:57 am

    I ordered mine in mid december and 1 month later i still don’t have my Nexus 4. Google and LG should really sort out new shipments to customers who have placed orders rather than shipping to T-mobile.

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