Google May Miscalculate Demands for Nexus 6

Nexus 6The Nexus 6 has been getting quite a lot of praises from experts and users. But there’s one crucial problem that prevents it from becoming a best-selling device in the market. In fact, Google’s CFO, Patrick Pichette has admitted that the phone is in short supply and the company has miscalculated the projected demand and supply of the phone.

While Google thinks that it has secured sufficient inventory, it doesn’t to meet the demand. Since its launch in November, the phone has been sold out almost the entire time. When Google replenished the supply, it will run out in a few hours, instead of days. However, we don’t know whether the phone has exceeded the demand or Google simply can’t keep up with the existing demand.

This also doesn’t directly indicate that users are struggling to get the Nexus 6. Instead, it is possible that distributors and carriers are hoarding many Nexus 6 units for specific reasons. This shouldn’t come as a surprise, because the Nexus 6 is equipped with great features. The 6-inch Quad HD display offers 493ppi of pixel density and it runs the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop. There are two storage options, 64GB and 32GB. It supports wireless charging to provide more juice for the 3220mAh battery. There are also Snapdragon 805 processor and Adreno 420 GPU.

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