One of the world’s most awaited phones, the Google Samsung Galaxy Nexus, is soon to come to stores near you. Well, if you are in Europe.
Amazon is going to retail the device at a price tag of £549 (£150 more than the Galaxy S II), and it’s not meant to come to the USA not even on next week! This means that our friends over in USA (and other countries outside of the European Union) will have to be jealous of our brand new phones that carry the latest of Android’s platform.
The Galaxy Nexus will be the first Android handset to run Ice Cream Sandwich, the codename for Google Android 4.0. It will feature a 4.6” screen, made possible in a smaller form factor partly by the removal of hardware buttons from the front.
This device was meant to be unveiled in San Diego at the beginning of October, but its launch was delayed by a week and instead took place in Hong Kong due to the death of Steve Jobs.
The phone comes equipped with a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and 16GB of storage, which is now quite the mobile standard.