So I have seen leaks and leaks of pricing being at the $299.99 range, but nothing about it being below that. This brings up a question:
Samsung designed a 16GB and 32GB version of the Galaxy Nexus. Is Verizon going to release both versions or only a 32GB version for the Galaxy Nexus? I was looking forward to saving some money and purchasing the 16GB version since I mostly use cloud storage now that LTE is available in my area and I still have unlimited data.
What do you all think? Or.... has this already been announced?
Forum user eikphoto has pointed out that the Galaxy Nexus website states only a 16GB version:
It looks like they will just have a 32gb. I was in the same boat since I am paying full retail and was looking to save some money since I don't load movies and that onto my phone so 16gb would be plenty. I have enough saved for the full retail of a 32gb(based on price of razr and rezound should be similar in price to these two)
The more storage was one of the advantages I liked about the VZW version. This has me thinking more & more about just getting the GSM version. If they're going to do this then I might as well get a true Nexus phone.
Should've expected this turn of events. God forbid they did something to make customers happy, just once. Why would Google even announce a 32gb version if it isn't seeing the light of day? If this 16gb spec. is true, they just signed their death warrant for my monthly bill. I'll be glad to drop $ to terminate my my service.
I am one of those that won't be turned off by 16GB only, AS LONG AS IT IS PRICED AT $199. If Verizon wants $300 for a 16GB phone that has not expandable memory, then they are being a bunch of jerks, and I will not purchase the device. Simple as that. Not until the price drops to $199.
How could they change a non-removable storage overnight. Aren't they already shipping phones? These phones must already be boxed up and ready to go.
They would have to dump all the 32G phones and ship out 16G ones instead?!? That would be hard to accomplish on short notice, no? I would imagine that it's going to stay 16G for non-LTE phones and 32G for LTE phones. OR, it BETTER drop to $199! Katherine
If you go to the Google website and under tech specs hit UK, there specs are messed up it says 16/32gb. It was confirmed they only have 16gb, so before you burn Google at the stake it might just be a slip up.