Which Best Buy store will have the most Google Nexus S phones in stock?

Which Best Buy store will have the most Google Nexus S phones in stock?
As we reported, all Best Buy outlets will be offering the Google Nexus S starting at 8am on Thursday. But not all Best But stores are created equal and some might have more inventory than others. By checking out this information that was provided by a tipster, perhaps you can improve your odds of walking out of the store with a Gingerbread flavored Nexus S on December 16th.

According to the information, the best chance you have to pick up the handset will be to head to a Best Buy Mobile location that usually offers T-Mobile phones. Those stores are expected to get 75 phones to sell on average. Best Buy stores that sell the carrier's line-up should each receive on average 35 units to sell. Best Buy and Best Buy Mobile locations that normally do not offer T-Mobile products will each get just an average of  4 handsets to sell. While there might be some transferring from one Best Buy store to another, this should be enough information for you to make a calculated decision about which store to line up at.

To reiterate the pricing structure, the Best Buy and Best Buy Mobile stores that carry T-Mobile products will be charging $199.99 with a signed 2 year contract. Online sales are the same price. The stores that don't carry the carrier's phones will be selling the device at the off contract price of $529 only unless you order online at the store and have it sent to your home.

Thursday morning will be here before you know it, so if you are serious about grabbing one of these up, better start figuring out which Best Buy is your best bet.

source: AndroidandMe

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Nexus S
  • Display 4.0 inches
    800 x 480 pixels
  • Camera 5 MP (Single camera)
    0.3 MP VGA front
  • Hardware Samsung Exynos 3, 0.5GB RAM
  • Storage 16GB,
  • Battery 1500 mAh
  • OS Android 4.1.2



1. clevername

Posts: 1436; Member since: Jul 11, 2008

The site emulates apples website and the box emulates the iPhones box. Not the way to go if you wanna distinguish yourself as a competitor that's superior. It makes them seem equal. Then again that may just be the best they think they can do.

2. kristoferallen

Posts: 99; Member since: Jun 23, 2010

Is this guy serious? Google's search engine and most of their websites are white with a few colors. Their website and box are perfect matches to their kind of theme. It looks the farthest from anything apple I have ever seen. When you see something apple as in their website and boxes you see a lot of gray since they love their aluminum. Not to mention Google's outlook isn't to compete, its to be a provider and an innovator. Competition will come on its own.

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