News by Josh Dasey on Friday November 06, 2015.
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Google has got into a tangle with some of its Nexus customer thanks to a tweet the company sent out last night. The social media excerpt in question saw the company say that Nexus orders are being fulfilled in the order in which they were received. Nothing wrong with that you may think, but many customers took to twitter to say that the statement was simply untrue.With that the consumers were able to show proof that Google is indeed not shipping devices to those orders that were received first. Users showed proof of dates of purchase to show that some had received their smartphones later than some consumers who pre-ordered later but got teir product sooner. Google responded by saying "Some models have different wait times," which is actually true, but not in this case as consumers were discussing the same models.
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