Expected to become available at Verizon sometime next month (possibly on December 8), the Samsung Galaxy Nexus has yet to appear on the carrier’s official website. But that didn’t stop Best Buy to put the handset on its own website, alongside a price tag: $299.99 on contract.
Best Buy mentions (here) that the price is “effective Sunday, Nov. 27th – Saturday, Dec. 31st”. For now, the retailer only lets customers to add the Galaxy Nexus to their shopping list, but that doesn’t mean much. You can’t order, and neither per-order it.
The no contract price of the Galaxy Nexus listed at Best Buy is $799. However, we should expect Verizon to offer the device for less to those who don’t want a new contract agreement.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus – the world’s first Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich phone – is already available in the UK, and will be officially released in Canada (via Bell and Virgin Mobile) on December 8.
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