NewEgg has an unlocked Samsung Galaxy Nexus priced at $700 - still one hefty investment
Granted that it’s less than the $749.99 advertised price over at Expansys-USA, NewEgg’s offering for the highly prized GSM version of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is still a costly investment on its own. Specifically, coughing up $699.99 will win you a brand spanking new unlocked version of the very first Ice Cream Sandwich powered smartphone – though, you’ll probably scrounge for money in the coming weeks after buying it.
Nevertheless, we’d imagine it getting another price drop very soon if orders don’t live up to expectations – albeit, we’re sure it’ll also be reduced when Verizon’s version finally decides to come out of hiding.
source: NewEgg via TmoNews
2. Kmack posted on 13 Dec 2011, 14:12 0 0
"Samsung Galaxy Nexus Titanium Silver 3G Unlocked Cell Phone / Android 4.0 / 5 MP Camera / 16GB Internal Memory (GT-i9250)"
3g? and why does it show 5-stars but there are no reviews to read?
3. Bethistopheles posted on 13 Dec 2011, 15:20 0 0
I believe people can give a rating without adding a review on that website.
4. Hildy posted on 13 Dec 2011, 16:13 0 0
Not sure what you're seeing but at 5:11 PM EST I see six written reviews under feedback.
Unfortunately I also see that it's also Sold Out.
5. enjoi455 posted on 13 Dec 2011, 20:14 0 0
It's 3G because its the GSM version of the Nexus. I haven't seen any speed results using AT&T's HSPA+ yet, but I haven't really looked.
6. MorePhonesThanNeeded posted on 14 Dec 2011, 01:15 1 0
Am i reading that correct, they say $700 is steep? WTF? How many top tier smartphones cost well under $700? Sheesh, anyone who bought an iPhone off contract paid about $650 or more for it, but $700 is somehow steep?
7. santy posted on 14 Dec 2011, 07:56 0 0
Absolutely . Thats exactly what I thought when i read the word " steep". Apple bias.
8. santy posted on 14 Dec 2011, 07:57 0 0
Now i see the newegg version with LTE too and it says compatible with ATT. If ATT does not release their version with ATT it would be bitterly disappointing.