Mobicity have a number of Galaxy Nexus accessories available, including an official battery charger and HDMI dock from Samsung. Note that these are all official products sold by Samsung, so compatibility is guaranteed.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus has just appeared on Amazon Wireless, starting from $199. Looks like there’s going to be insane demand, so better get your order in quick if you want to get the device early. Free two-day shipping included.
For all you Aussies out there, today’s your lucky day! Telstra (the biggest Australian telco) have just put live a new product page for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, and are accepting orders online.
Plans range from $59 per month to $129 per month, on a two year contract. Telstra claim if you buy the phone before December 16th, you’ll get guaranteed delivery by Christmas.
We’re starting to get fresh news about the Galaxy Nexus availability in retail outlets across America. The most recent update – Newegg have dropped the price for the Unlocked 16GB GSM Galaxy Nexus to $700 USD. That’s $60 less than it was selling for last week.
Unfortunately the product’s currently out of stock. People must have snapped it up at the reduced price. However if you’re looking for a bargain, check out the product page and watch for the Galaxy Nexus to become available again in the near future.