Galaxy Nexus gets a price slash to $349 at the Play Store, just in time for Jelly Bean
Google's green robot army is marching strong today, with the reports of the cool 1 million Android devices activated daily, for 400 million in total. Soon every rice paddy, corn, wheat and potato field will see its farmers armed with an Android phone if the current trend keeps up.
To facilitate that goal, Google just slashed the price of the GSM Samsung Galaxy Nexus down to $349 at the Play Store, a cool 10% reduction for an already very affordable Android poster kid.
Considering that the handset will be first in line to get Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, this price for a dual-core phone with HD screen and no contract troubles sounds like a steal, leaving you money to add towards the purchase of a Google Nexus 7 tablet, and completely close the circle for the amount you'd otherwise spend on a SIM-free flagship phone alone.