Galaxy Nexus Full Retail Pricing

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  1. Bixby

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    Last year the Nexus S was released @ Best Buy for $529.00. Anyone think it will be in that ballpark, or significantly more? Price is Right rules, haha? Closest without going over?!? Just kidding...
    I can't wait to find out b/c I'm buying it!
     
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    I'm thinkin it's going to be $599 for the 16GB and $699 for 32GB

    I hope I'm wrong and its less than that. :p
     
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    With 4G they get to charge more! Yay! I'd buy it for $599.
     
  4. Bixby

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    Still would be $50 less than each of the iphone 4s models. Not too bad...
     
    #4 Bixby, Oct 21, 2011
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    16gb iPhone 4s is $199 w/2yr contact from VZW ik its only 3g but do u think the nexus will be similarly priced jus for competition sake!! i hope soo :)
     
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    I'd say 700. That's about 600 which seems to be a standard for high-end phones plus the 100 dollar premium for 4G LTE. And that's assuming that they don't tax us with 50 extra dollars for being forced to withhold their desire to load it with bloatware.

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    Well, the Bionics full retail is $589.99 so I am going to agree with Wicked and guess $599.99 for the 16GB and $699.99 for the 32GB.
     
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    Ya my crystal ball tells me between $600-$800.
     
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    So it seems like oncontract we're looking at 300 or 350, maybe 50 bucks higher
     
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    Ya I think on contract might be $250+ at least.
     
  11. Bixby

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    The Nexus S 4G was released last spring for $549.99. Although the Galaxy price will be appreciably higher, I can't imagine that they (Verizon/Google/Samsung) r going to break the $650 threshold 4 the 16g version. Customers will 'rage against the machine' if they do!
    I'm hoping 4 $599.99 (or less!), but it's possible it may be $629.99 or more...
     
    #11 Bixby, Oct 22, 2011
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