By Stephen Schenck | November 13, 2012 12:15 PM
If the results of our poll from earlier this morning are any indication, a whole lot of you are interested in picking up a Nexus 4 from Google today. After international sales went live several hours ago, we saw stocks run dry in no time at all. Now that 9AM Pacific Time has rolled around, Google’s taking US orders for the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 through its Play Store. Just how long will these stocks last?
Right now, it’s unclear if the limited stocks we’ve heard about are a result of Google setting aside a good number of units specifically in anticipation of sky-high US demand, or if they reflect similarly modest supplies across all nations where the Nexus 4 will be available.
Update: Up until just a moment ago, the Nexus 4 still showed as available in the US, with deliveries set to arrive within 3-5 days. The phone is now marked as “coming soon”, giving interested customers the opportunity to leave their email for updates when more stocks becomes available.
As of this posting, the Nexus 10 is still available.
Well, that answers that question about the size of Google’s Nexus 4 inventory. Did you get your order in while you had a chance?