The LG-made Nexus 4, Google’s flagship handset, was officially launched on Saturday at the Grand Indonesia mall. As many as 1,000 phones were sold during the pre-order period, which started one week prior to the event.
As big as the queue was during the launch, of course it still wasn’t able to match the level of hype nor sales volume of the recent iPhone 5 launch in Indonesia. Those who did not pre-order the Nexus 4 handset will need to wait for about one month until the handset is available nationwide in the country.
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