Galaxy Nexus Price And Availability Details

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    We have heard a lot of information come and go about the new Galaxy Nexus, but nothing has given us details about the launch price and availability, until now. According to a few sources, the following prices and availability will be true when the new pure Google phone is launched.

    Here is the direct quote from the source:
    From this we can deduce that the unsubsidized U.S. pricing will likely be around $800 dollars.

    By WenWM

    Source: Android.net via GSMArena
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    Cant wait until smart phones are 2 grand $$! Strange they dont seperate prices for the 16 and the 32GB.
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    800 bucks? what? is that if you just buy the phone out right?
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    Yes that would be the out right price.
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    that's what unsubsidized means. :stupid:
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    I wonder what the subsidized prices will be?

    I hope it isnt 16GB for $300 and 32GB for $400, or more.
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    Whats so funny they prolly aint got 40 bucks in the whole thing,made in anywhere but the USA for pennies on the dollar
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    I hope it's $199 for the 16gb and $299 for the 32, keep in line with the iPhone4S, as that will be it's major competition when the Nexus is released.
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    That is a lot of money for a phone with out a contract. You could buy a couple tables for that price.

    JSM a mod now? Congrats man!
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    did they say there is a microSD slot? buy the cheap one and stick something big in it!! ha
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    Thanks buddy!
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    So my upgrade is right around the corner in December. Is this the one? Whats everyone thinking. I upgraded from my OG droid to a DX and have been upset with the limitations with development. I was always working for Droid Concepts with the OG but the X has been no fun. I haven't read much into this device but whats the chances the developers get a chance at this device?
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    As far as I know there actually is not a slot. I believe that is why they are offering 2 sizes.
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    so long as it stays in line with the previous Nexus models, a Verizon Nexus will draw HUGE dev attention. I imagine even more so than the OG Droid, only because there are so many more people and devs wanting to learn about this stuff. Should be some awesome stuff coming...
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    I didnt see that... :icon_ nono: phew.
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    LOL @ $800

    Not a chance. More like $599 or $650.

    Why do people use EMEA (europe) pricing? It's never equivalent. I would bet bottom dollar this phone won't be $799 off contract but more so what I stated above.
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    This is precisely what I am hoping for.
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    sdcards are overrated these days. As long as there is enough space to store my apps, and a few hundred songs, I can still connect the device to my computer to move files back and forth or use the cloud.

    I spent 50 dollars more on the 32 GB edition of the Touchpad, and it still has 28.8 Gigs free on the thing because I store most of anything I need in the cloud.
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    I am with you on this one!!! If any higher I will have to choose another phone.
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    Good god! $800? That cannot be right. Is so, I feel bad for anyone planning to buy this off contract.

    To put this into perspective, for that price:
    • I could buy about 16 OG Droids off ebay
    • I could buy about 10 Samsung Fascinates off ebay
    • I could buy 2-3 Bionics off ebay
    • I could buy 2-3 tables
    That's ridiculous.
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