According to the latest info from the FCC, the Galaxy Nexus is on track to be released on Sprint’s network in the near future. The new device (model number Samsung SPH-L700) sports LTE band 25, which is the 1900MHz frequency Sprint has chosen to use for their next-gen mobile network. This means it’s essentially a “4G” model, if you believe Sprint’s marketing. Continue reading “Galaxy Nexus Coming to Sprint” »
This is a pretty good price, considering the high-end specifications of the device. Expect to see the price drop over first & second quarter 2012, as a new round of Android phones hit the ground. But for now, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the best phone money can buy. If you’re based in the US, and are looking for an unlocked handset, head over to Expansys where you can buy the Galaxy Nexus for $749.99 with Free Shipping. Continue reading “Galaxy Nexus now available in America for $750 Unlocked” »
Samsung U.S.A. has launched a website where you can sign up to be notified when the Galaxy Nexus is available for your region. According to the list on their website, it’s likely that the Galaxy Nexus will be coming to all the major carriers, including:
- Cellular South
- Metro PCS
- U.S. Cellular
Of course, just because these carriers are listed on the website, it doesn’t mean they’ll all be getting the handset this November. Leaks have indicated that Verizon may get early exclusivity, with a release on November 10.
Via The Noisecast