Now that the Galaxy Nexus has come out and you have seen all that is has to offer, you are probably thinking two things:
To answer your question, we start by reviewing Samsung and Google’s event. The only piece of key evidence that was revealed is that the Galaxy Nexus will be coming in November. Admittedly, that answers only a piece of your question, but that was all that was said about the newest Galaxy Nexus’s actual release date.
In addition, no information was provided about the price tag, but we know better. The Galaxy Nexus has showed up in different pricing systems throughout the country, including on Best Buy’s computers, RadioShack’s and even on Verizon’s. Thus, we know for a fact that it will have a starting price of about US$299 on a new contract.
If you aren’t fortunate enough to be able to lock yourself in for another two (or three–poor Canadians) years, and you have to buy the device outright, then you are most likely looking at a starting price of around US$599 for this particularly stunning device.
Here is a list of our take on the list of carriers for the Galaxy Nexus. After all, it was deemed a device for “all carriers.” In addition, Samsung allows you to select AT&T, Cellular South (now C-Spire), MetroPCS, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular, and Verizon when signing up for notifications on the Samsung site for the Galaxy Nexus.
No word yet on Canadian or European carriers yet, and it will probably be a long time before it’s available on more secluded networks like Telephone Systems International Ehsan Bayat, but what we are looking at is a coordinated and agile global launch of the world?s first Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich device. Just hang on for another two to three weeks, and it could be yours.
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For europe, three has confirmed that they will be selling the phone.
In other words, you all don’t have a clue!
These types of articles are pointless. Until you have some facts stop writing nonsense.
The thing that gives me hope for T-Mobile is that they list the AWS frequencies, which are pretty much only used by T-Mo. Further there is the FCC approval with said frequencies. T-Mobile may not offer the phone but it looks like it will be available for purchase and work on T-Mo.
That’s what I’m thinking too, as long as I can buy one that will work on T-Mobile and their hspa+ network, I’m ok with that . Even of they did end up selling the phone,I’d still have to pay the whole $600-$700 because I have no upgrade available. Either way I will have this phone ;)
Any word on whether we will see the Galaxy Nexus on carriers outside of the US/EU? Australia is a country as well… ;)
Email Sprint to tell them to get it!
I think Sprint prob won’t get it (as much as I want them to). Sprint made a big bet on the iPhone, reportedly placing 30 million dollar order.
that Verizon leak penned the release for the 10th of November. that’s almost forever away considering the old rumors had it around the 27th of October, or 1 week away. the sooner the better but i know i’ll be happy with this device.
Forgot to add Virgin Mobile. Prepaid should get it first. lol
Thing is, my upgrade is available mid April. I want a 100% Google device like my Droid, but I am a bit hesitant to get something after it’s been out a long time, due to not being able to find accessories for it soon after. Verizon told me that they think (one person’s opinion) that the LTE phones won’t be obsolete as quickly, and used the battery burning Thunderbolt as an example. Normally, I’m not into Samsung, due to the ugly dedicated touch buttons and plastic feel, but at least the buttons are different on the Nexus. I like Motorola, but I’m starting to wonder if I should switch to another manufacturer. Time will tell what else comes out soon I guess.