Google's flagship Android phone, the Nexus 4, has been plagued with supply problems since it launched in November last year. It came back in stock a few times since then, but almost always sold out within a few hours.
It would appear things are getting better. The Nexus 4 went on sale again Tuesday, and is still listed in stock through Google's online store. TechCrunch reports customers are getting their phones within 48 hours in some cases.
Google has not said how many Nexus 4s it's sold so far, but based on comments from some LG, the company that makes the phone for Google, the company underestimated demand.
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