Last Friday, Verizon finally decided to launch the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, which is currently available for $299.99 on contract (or for much less if you get it from Amazon). The new superphone – the first in the world to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich – obviously comes with a series of accessories.
Among these accessories there’s an extended battery that was initially priced at $49.99. Now you can get it for just $24.99 if you buy it online here at Verizon (the $24.99 price appears only after you add the battery to the cart).
The extended battery has 2100 mAh (unlike the standard 1850 mAh one) and is offered with an extended battery cover. It will make your Galaxy Nexus only a bit thicker – the difference is hardly noticeable.
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