Folks who ordered a white Nexus 4 are distraught to find out that their packages may not be getting to them as soon as Google promised. Some are receiving notifications that their shipments are being intercepted for one reason or another. The initial thought was that Google shipped them out too early, but that doesn’t appear to be the case.
Google will reportedly inform customers that the notifications are only being sent out due to incorrect tracking numbers, and that deliveries should be arriving as originally scheduled. That effectively says the packages haven’t actually been intercepted, but more users are reporting that their devices haven’t yet made it to their doorsteps.
We typically like to give couriers a couple of days’ worth of leeway in these sorts of situations so we won’t jump to any big conclusions just yet, but we’ll certainly keep our ears to the street to see what, exactly, is going on. Let us know if you’ve received these notifications, or if you’ve already received your devices otherwise.
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