If you’re in the UK and don’t care whether or not there’s a new and slightly better-specced Samsung Galaxy Nexus on the way, here’s something for you. The currently selling pure Google phone has received an ever so slight price drop in its SIM-free and unlocked form over there.
You can now grab one straight from Amazon UK for just £449.41 with free shipping. That’s about £50 cheaper than anywhere else at the moment, and it’s more than £60 less than the price it was going for back when it launched.
Granted that’s not a great price difference, but it’s still early for the Galaxy Nexus. Conceivably it will only be late this year when its successor will appear, and until then, if you’re in the market for a pure Google Nexus device, this is the top of the line (unless of course that higher-spec version shows up in the meantime).
If you’ve become convinced that you absolutely should get a Galaxy Nexus right now, head over to Amazon and do just that.
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