The Nexus 4 is still listed as "Sold Out" on Google's Play Store, but customers desperate for the new member of the Nexus family may soon have another way to snag one. An image posted by TmoNews this evening has revealed that all T-Mobile stores are expected to begin offering the Nexus 4 sometime in January. The Nexus 4 originally launched on T-Mobile back in mid-November, but since then the Jelly Bean-powered smartphone has only been offered at select locations. There's no word yet on exactly when the Nexus 4's availability will be growing.
Google and LG's new Nexus has been pretty hard to come by since its launch in November. The device sold out quickly on its first day of availability and then sold out again after Google reopened online orders, and T-Mobile's online store also lists the phone as being out of stock. This expanded T-Mobile availability should give more customers the opportunity to pick up a Nexus 4 of their very own, but considering how fast the phone has been selling so far, anyone that wants one should probably put their local T-Mobile store on their speed dial.