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LG Speaks Out About Nexus 4 Supply Chain, Insists There are No Issues

January 15, 2013

LG claims that there are no supply issues with its Nexus 4 handset, according to a company representative who spoke to Korean news outlet Chosun Ilbo. The Korean-to-English translated text mentions that the Pyeongtaek manufacturing plant has been producing the Nexus 4 "without a hitch." The source added, "There is no problem in supplying."

Launched in October, the high-profile and low-priced device has hit quite a few snags getting to consumer's doorsteps. Last month, Google's United Kingdom and Ireland Managing Director Dan Cobley apologized for the shortage on his Google+ profile

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