Expected to start selling the Nexus 6 on November 12th, T-Mobile on Tuesday posted a short message on Google+ announcing potential buyers that it has decided to postpone the launch of the handset in order to be able to offer them a better experience.

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“To give +T-Mobile customers the best experience possible, we’re moving our #Nexus6 launch out one week to 11/19,” the company wrote, without offering other explanations.

A leaked memo suggested a few days ago that only a limited number of Nexus 6 devices will be on display, and available for sale, in T-Mobile retail stores, with only some of them receiving Nexus 6 units.

So far, Google did not have the most promising Nexus 6 launch, quickly selling out the limited Nexus 6 units it had on hand. Motorola also started taking orders, but the actual Nexus 6 maker also ran out of stock. For what it’s worth, Google did say that it’ll have more Nexus 6 stock every Wednesday.

In addition to T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint have also announced Nexus 6 plans, with AT&T selling the handset online starting with November 12th, and Sprint launching it in stores on November 14th.

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