Samsung Galaxy Nexus (SIM-Free) To Cost Around $825 in UK; Lands In November

Samsung Galaxy Nexus

Are you looking forward to buy the newly launched, the first Android Ice Cream Sandwich phone, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus? Well, you need to pay a big amount for this beast. According to the U.K. based retailer website, Clove, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus will cost you £514.80 inc, VAT, which is approximately $825. Of course, this is the price tag of a SIM-free Samsung Galaxy Nexus 16GB variant and it has been listed to arrive in early November. The folks over SammyHub have came with a list of price tags of Samsung Galaxy Nexus for different regions across the world.

Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be available to purchase for 679 EUR (~$936) in Austria, 4400 DKK (~$817) in Denmark, 649 EUR (~$897) in Finland, 649 EUR (~$897) in Netherlands, 4000 NOK (~$893) in Norway, 5500 SEK (~$831) in Sweden and the price value range from price range from £429 (~$679 to about £515 (~$837) for the British carriers Three, Vodafone and O2.

The Galaxy Nexus will hit shelves in the United States, Norway, Japan, Canada and the UK first, starting in early to mid November. It will hit Japan through NTT DOCOMO network in November and the the three United Kingdom carriers will launch it in November, while Denmark, Finland and Sweden retailer will launch it in late November. The Netherlands will get the handset some time in December.

Samsung Galaxy Nexus comes with 4.65 Super AMOLED display with 1280 X 720 resolution, 1.2GHz dual-core SoC, 1GB RAM, 5MP rear & 1MP front cams, 1080p HD video recording, 1750mAh battery, NFC support, 16/32GB eMMC, an SD card slot, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0 and much more.

Read: Samsung Galaxy Nexus Full Specifications.

Source: SammyHub, Clove UK

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