Yesterday, Mountain View-based Internet giant Google announced its financial results for the fourth quarter of the last year, and also discussed some issues regarding the availability of Android-based devices, such as the Nexus 4.
Larry Page, Google CEO, said during the earnings call regarding the company’s financial performance that the company would focus on resolving the aforementioned issues.
“Clearly there's work to be done managing our supply better, and that is a priority to our teams,” he said, according to a recent article on Engadget.
However, it’s yet uncertain how fast the stock problems that Nexus 4 has had since launch will finally be resolved.
Recently, LG themselves confirmed that they were ramping up production of the device, but the results might not be visible for several weeks more, it seems. Stay tuned for more on this.