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There maybe rumors on the horizon of a new Galaxy Nexus, but in the meantime you may want to pick yourself up a bargain from Expansys. They have dropped the price of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus 16GB (sim free) to £299.99. That's not quite as reasonable as the US price of $350, but it's still pretty cheap by UK standards.

Without wanting to sound biased, you can do a lot worse than this device. Its specs may not be on par with the HTC One X or Samsung Galaxy S3, but it has a lot going for it. The big advantage for Android lovers is the fact that it supports Android 4.1, Jelly Bean. In addition, you will get yourself a 4.65 Super AMOLED display, a 5MP camera with LED flash & full HD video at 1080p. A familiar spec list by now. The Gnex's hardware is more than capable of handling Jelly Bean, and the whole experience is smooth and fluid. Why not treat yourself?

Source: Expansys

There are 9 comments

RoryH says:

veii says:

Exactly what I was thinking.

Jme_Bud says:

Simply electronics import their phones from HongKong which means long shipping, no warranty and probably import taxed on top. I ordered a Nexus S from them and cancelled it after waiting a month before getting shipping confirmation. It then took another week to get a refund.

There's plenty of bad reviews for SE over the internet and it even reached the national press.

Simply Electronics are definitely ones to avoid.

wormdood says:

Where is it $250 in the US? It is $350 in the Play store.

scaots says:

Yeah, at 250 I'm buying ...maybe more than one!

SpenceJonas says:

Was wondering the same thing, think it may be a typo. Would love to be proven wrong on that though : )

rocket321 says:

Source link doesn't go to expansys...
And $350 in the US not $250 (that I can find)

mpvgsu says:

Thanks for correcting Gnex price. :) otherwise i would regret for buying gnex from play store. :)

joshua.worth says:

I've got a Verizon variant but I'm thinking about picking up an Unlocked version from the Play Store and getting some unlimited T-Mobile data Sept 5th