Google Samsung Galaxy Nexus 32GB Version Selling for $800 at Expansys

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    This bit of news is really not for the feint of heart, or rather those with the "feint of pocketbook." If you want the unlocked 32GB version of the Google Samsung Galaxy Nexus device, you can pick it up over at Expansys for a stout $799.99 pricetag. As amazing as this device is, unless you just need massive storage space for your smartphone, that $800 bucks is a tough pill to swallow, when you can get 16GB version for exactly half that.

    Still, I suppose there are some folks out there who can take advantage of this. Sound off if you are one of them.

    Thanks for the tip RobKort!

    Source: Expansys-USA
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    Well, Apple does this too with their products. Gouge the user just to bump up the storage capacity. Can anyone explain a legitimate reason for this outlandish cost increase? I can go get a 32 gig sim card for under $30, so why should it cost me an additional $100 or $200 or $400!!! when it's hardwired into the phone?
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    Not me.