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Tuesday, 15 November 2011 11:16

€540 Galaxy Nexus comes next week

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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3G networksimply called Three has already listed Galaxy Nexus in its pre Xmas portfolio. We tried to look for some new signs of shipping schedules and found that Samsung Galaxy Nexus 16GB should be available as of next week starting at €542.

These are European contract free prices that will get you an unlocked phone and if all goes well some of these shops might send you a phone as soon as next week, week 47 of 2011 that is. We are sure that some of the mobile networks in Europe are planning to launch subsidised Galaxy Nexus but as of press time, Three UK is the only one that we could found. Subsidized phones as many are aware are much cheaper than contact free, as long as you are ready for a commitment.

Some phones are listed for sub €530 price but these shops still don’t have any shipping indications. Amazon also doesn’t commit to a shipping date, just tells you it will ship as soon as it has them.

This will without a doubt be the first Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich phone that money can buy, and lovers of the vanilla Android experience might want to go for this one rather than some Android wrapped in a custom skin.

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