While we will slide this under the Rumor category of things, it does appear to have some solid ground to stand on in terms of how flaky rumors can be. In this case it appears that Google and Samsung could very well already have another Nexus device in the works, codenamed Superior, which brings a specs bump to the Galaxy Nexus.
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Well one issue has been officially cleared up thanks to the Google Play store which has revealed that the next Android OS version named Jelly Bean will indeed be Android 4.1 and not Android 5.0. On a less surprising note, the first device to get this update will be the Galaxy Nexus.
If you happen to be on Verizon or happen to be considering switching to them then you might want to consider a pretty awesome deal going on over at Amazon Wireless. As of right now you can pick up a snazzy new Samsung Galaxy Nexus for the huge price of $0.01.
Well apparently Google isn’t just going to be selling devices on the Google Play store as we have seen with the recent addition of the Galaxy Nexus to the Play store. There are also rumors of plenty more Nexus branded devices slated for release soon, most of which could end up there alongside the Galaxy Nexus.
So far it seems like the Galaxy Nexus has seen its fair share of sales already on various carriers such as Verizon which was offering it up for $50 recently on Amazon and Wirefly. Now Sprint’s Galaxy Nexus is on sale for new customers or any customers upgrading.
As you may very well be aware of if you follow any Android site or general tech news site considering this is just blowing up right now all over, Google has just begun selling unlocked HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus’ devices through the Google Play store for $399.
Sprint’s version of the Galaxy Nexus is set to come out early next week, but Verizon’s model has been available for quite some time. If your contract is up and you’re on the fence about which carrier to go with, consider looking into getting Verizon’s Galaxy Nexus for $49.99 from Wirefly as well as Amazon Wireless.
The world’s first Android 4.0 device will become available to Sprint customers starting this Sunday April 22. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be sold for $199 on a two-year contract. If you pre-order the device now, there’s a chance you’ll get it in the mail this Friday ahead of its official launch.
What could very well be a rather large screw up by someone over at Sprint, it appears that they will be getting a Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G LTE version which will sport a rather beefy 1.5GHz chip stuffed inside of it. This bit of news is courtesy of an ad that is (still) appearing on CNet’s website regarding a Nikon camera.
We haven’t covered the Galaxy Nexus and the plethora of rumors and released dates surrounding it because we would much rather just tell you that it’s released then get your hopes up every other day. So with that said, the Galaxy Nexus is now available on the Verizon Network and we are already seeing online retailers dropping the prices to attract customers.