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Monday, 09 July 2012 10:36

Galaxy Nexus back on Google Play Store

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Future still unclear


Google's pride and joy, the Galaxy Nexus smartphone, is finally back on Google Play Store after brief absence caused by an injuction in Apple's lawsuit against Samsung.

According to Androidpolice.com, the original shipping date was set for two to three weeks but was changed to one to two weeks. It is still not clear on how will Google and Samsung deal with the aforementioned alleged infringement but according to various sources, it might have something to do with an update that has been in the works.

The court decided to temporary lift the ban on sale of the Galaxy Nexus but Apple still has not responded which means that device could easily dissapear if Apple decides to pursue the injuction.

In any case, the Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ is now available for US $349.00 and ships in one to two weeks. You can find it here.

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Galaxy Nexus back on Google Play Store
Last modified on Monday, 09 July 2012 11:30
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