Jun 27 AT 2:14 PM Dustin Earley 74 Comments

Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ goes down to $349 on Google Play


If you’ve been waiting to pick up a T-Mobile and AT&T compatible GSM Galaxy Nexus from Google Play, today’s your lucky today. Along with putting the Nexus 7 and Nexus Q up for preorder, Google has knocked the price of the unlocked HSPA+ compatible Galaxy Nexus down to just $349.

We’ve certainly had our say on the Galaxy Nexus here at Android and Me. Some good, and some bad. But no matter how you slice it, $349 for one of the best Android devices money can buy is an absolute steal. That’s incredibly close to what you’d pay for some Android devices on-contract. And for the one that’s guaranteed to get Jelly Bean first, well, like I said, it’s an absolute steal.

I’ve been very happy with my Galaxy Nexus. So what are you waiting for? Is the Galaxy S III still tempting you? Perhaps you still have you eye on the One X? Let us know in the comments below.

Update: If you’ve bought a Google Play Galaxy Nexus in the past 15 days, Google will refund you the difference after the price drop!

Source: Google Play

Dustin Earley: Tech enthusiast; avid gamer; all around jolly guy.

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