Stocks Out on Black Nexus 5 16 GB (White 16 GB As Well)

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There was an announcement made by Google Play on Monday, stating that the black version of Nexus 5 16 GB is completely out of inventory, and this, in spite of heavy shipping made for the last couple of weeks to “stock up” the Google`s Play Store. To add up some spices, the white version of Nexus 5 won`t be also available for the next five weeks.

The reason for these stocks out of the black and white versions of Nexus 5, and that alone in the United States, is because LG Electronics cannot build a huge inventory of this model in advance, as they are making their devices as they go. Another reason is that it takes about four to five weeks to ship the white model in the United States, due to the strong demands on the American market. Both the black and the white 16 GB versions will come with a $ 350 price.

But there is also an increase in demand for the other Nexus 5 models, too. Let`s take for instance the black 32 GB, version to be shipped in approximately three to four weeks and also the white 32 GB version that will be shipped in two to three weeks as well.

Google Nexus 5 sold out on Google Play

Google Nexus 5 sold out on Google Play

But what makes Nexus 5 16 GB so highly valued and appreciated?

Well, for that we have to look at some specs. The device comes with an Android 4.4 KitKat and with a 5-inch screen and a resolution of 1920×1080. The 2.26 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor and the 8 MP camera with image-stabilizer makes the phone unique in terms of photo snapshot and HD image recorder. A plus is the wireless charging and the 4 G networking that uses LTE.

To find out more about Nexus 5, just check out our dedicated article.

Well guys, if you want to have Nexus 5 16 GB, black and white versions, or need to switch to the 32 version, just pre-order it from T-Mobile stores or buy it from Google Play Store. It will be worth waiting three or four weeks to have on your door for Christmas.

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