Galaxy Nexus

If for whatever reason you still don't own a Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Google has just now made it even harder to refuse. As we know it, Google is back to selling phones in the Google Play Store and they come unlocked with no contract. Previously Google had priced the device at $399 but with Google I/O having now kicked off they've gone ahead and dropped that to an even lower $350. you'll need to be in the U.S. to order one but that's one heck of a deal for the first device to get the freshly announced Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.

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Google drops unlocked Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ price to $349

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ditto for me too. Could buy a Nexus AND a Nexus 7 for same price as S3..I still think I'm getting the S3. Will put Cyanogenmod on there.

I can't believe that i ordered a Galaxy Nexus yesterday night, when i woke up, my payment was required to confirm my Google Wallet, to procede... Soooooooo... I cancelled this transaction. And i would pay only $349 instead of $399.. And with that savings ill order the Car-Mount too!

Hell Yeah!!!

*Android Robot Dance*

I'm on T-Mobile, so it comes down to Galaxy S3, One S, or Galaxy Nexus (with the Galaxy Note coming). The S3 is the only one with expandable memory and has the best screen, the One S has the best build quality and camera, and the Nexus is unlocked, off contract, and naked Android (plus first to get Jelly Bean). All 3 are good phones, and I could live with them for a while but:

The Nexus costs the same as the S3, but off contract (before the $50 mail-in rebate is received)....$349. I can then save my upgrades for the next round. I get an unlocked phone, HSPA+21 (plenty fast enough...about 10mb/s real world where I live), a big 720p screen, and faster updates than any other phone. Yep, that's my move!

I know Im not gonna win this , but im hoping just to get my order in before they stop shipping, I really want this as my bday gift and if they fuck it up for me I'm gonna be pissed

Now that apples got the us ban in place, why not stick those nexuses (nexi?) on the UK device store? I wouldn't mind one for what, £275? Cheaper than the shops here sell it offline and you continue to shift stock :-D

Tech companies should be competing via technological one-upmanship. These legal jokes are just lining up the wallets of lawyers with absolutely benefit to consumers nor the companies. In the end, these companies will still be making phones one way or another whether they get sued or not. The real losers here are us consumers, from the slowing down of technological competition and advancement.