Sunday, February 1, 2015

Nexus 6 Is Suffering From ‘Real Issues,’ Google Executive Reveals Shocking Deets!

Google has admitted its responsibility over the shortage in supply of its well-received smartphone, the Nexus 6. (Photo : Getty Images)
Though Google's Nexus 6 smartphone has been receiving a lot of positive feedback because of its unparalleled specs and features, one main issue is getting in the way for it to become the best-selling smartphone this year and that is supply shortage.
According to Greenbot, Google's Chief Financial Officer Patrick Pichette has already admitted that the tech giant has somehow miscalculated its projected supply of the device in the market.
"While the Nexus 6 was well received as a new phone, we had real issues and were unable to secure sufficient inventory to meet the demand that we had forecasted," Pichette said during Google's earnings call on Thursday.
Since the high-end smartphone was launched in November, it has been mostly sold out the entire time and even when the supply was replenished, it wasn't enough to sell for days since it ran out just after a couple of hours.
The thing with Pichette's statement though is that it didn't really explain whether the demand for the Nexus 6 exceeded the demand for its predecessors or that Motorola just can't build enough and keep up to the current demand for the smartphone, reports Techno Buffalo.
Meanwhile, analysts claim that the possible reason why there's an undeniable shortage in the supply of Google's Nexus 6 in the market is that carriers have hoarded too many of the handsets so they can lure more customers into choosing their services.
Of course the news about the supply shortage of the Nexus 6 doesn't come as a surprise to many since the handset packs a lot of good stuff in its large build.

The device flaunts a 6-inch Quad HD  display with 493 pixel density. It runs on the latest Android software update, Android v5.0 Lollipop and has two internal storage variants: the 32GB and the 64GB. 
It sports a 3,220 mAh battery and supports wireless charging. The Nexus 6 houses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 chipset with Quad-core 2.7 GHz Krait 450 and an Adreno 420 GPU.
Finally, what's best about the Nexus 6 is the fact that it is lighting fast almost all the time, PC Advisor claims.  

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