Samsung Galaxy Nexus Is Available For Sale: Tagged Just $300


The users crave to own Samsung Galaxy Nexus began when Samsung had introduced the smartphone in a launch event at Hong Kong in October 2011. After long delays and speculation, finally, the Samsung Galaxy is now available for sale with the collaboration of Verizon wireless at $299.99. It’s good news for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich fans that the latest Galaxy is available at Verizon’s retail stores and website for online selling.

It’s really important to review the smartphone’s specifications in brief; the Samsung Galaxy Nexus comprises 4.65-inch HD super AMOLED display with 1280 x 720 resolutions, a 5 MP rear camera, a 1.3 MP front camera, and very impressive 9.47mm thin body with complete touch screen.  The foremost important is that it runs on the Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system and having 1.2 GHZ dual-core processor.

The smartphone has many features including better multitasking capabilities, an Android Beam App—to exchange the information between two phones—and outstanding Facial recognition software—lets the user to unlock their phones.

Samsung Galaxy Nexus was expected to launch on Dec 9, 2011, instead, the smartphone page was disappeared from Verizon’s website page. However, the company had no any firm answer about Galaxy Nexus delay. Some rumors say that this is due to sticky negotiation over Google’s Wallet app. Later, Verizon asked to Google to omit sticky wallet app from the Nexus which has resulted in launch.

Some of Android fans had really fortunate because they had succeeded to buy the smartphone last week from Verizon retail store and Best Buy who sold them accidentally. However, wallet has still not been included in the Galaxy Nexus till today’s launch. Let’s watch the video below how is the smartphone impressive:


The smartphones have a people apps support users to browse photo profile of friends, family and co-workers, and check the latest updates from social networks sites such as Facebook and Google+. The users would have option to download up to 20,000 songs from Google music app.

In addition to these feature, the smartphone also features 1GB RAM and 32 GB of memory on board. The customers would have to pay $30 per month to have 4G LTE or 3G connections with up to 10 Wi-Fi.

Despite such long delay of Samsung Galaxy Nexus, still users have curiosity to own the smartphone which runs the features of Android Ice Cream Sandwich. Really, the Smartphone is awesome in every aspect and might incarcerate the wide segment of smartphone in the market.

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