The Google Pixel series has faced high demand ever since the device was launched in October. The 128GB Pixel XL device was supposed to ship Saturday, but the company has sent out emails notifying users that it will now ship the device on Nov. 26, Phone Arena reported late Friday.
The company email, however, doesn't contain further details except telling the users that they have “great taste” and that the product has run out of stock. Verizon is currently the only company retailing the phones.
Promotions for Google Pixel series have already begun rolling out. For instance, T-Mobile is offering half the value of the 32GB device, which is $325, to consumers who activate the device on T-Mobile. Google Pixel is currently the only device that has been tested on T-Mobile LTE pipeline.
The Pixel devices are the replacement for Google's flagship Nexus range of devices. They have been manufactured by HTC and designed by Google itself and offer new Google features such as Allo and Duo.