The Google Pixel XL 32 GB model is back in stock at the Google online store. The device is shipping within two to three weeks for the limited edition ‘Really Blue’ model, or four to five weeks for the ‘Very Silver’ and ‘Quite Black’ variants. Meanwhile, the 128 GB version remains out of stock in both black and silver variants with no indication of when it will next be available.
The Google Pixel phones have been frequently out of stock since they launched on October 20, with the Pixel XL being in particularly short supply. The device is also currently unavailable at BestBuy with no ETA and Verizon, which provides an estimated shipping date of January 20.
Recently, finance firm Morgen Stanley predicted that Google would sell three million Pixel phones in 2016, and a further five or six million next year, generating almost $4 billion in revenue for the company. Without the inventory, it might struggle to hit those figures.
For more on Google’s latest flagship, head to our full Google Pixel XL review.