This just came in through the Android Central app, and it lets us know that the Verizon
Unicorn Galaxy Nexus should be arriving in select Radio Shack locations "this week". The pricing will be $299.99 on a new plan or an upgrade, and a whopping $799.99 unactivated and off-contract. Visual merchandising (a.k.a. in-store posters and other advertising material) can be displayed Thursday, Dec. 8, and it's likely that the phones will be available for sale if they've arrived in the store by then. As we can barely make out on the last line, the Galaxy Nexus will be replacing the Samsung Droid Charge on the shelves at Radio Shack, which originally sold for $299.99 as well. We're getting there folks, two more days.
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