Purchase the Galaxy Nexus directly from Google Play
April 25th, 2012 - 04:25 pm ET by N. M.
The Google Nexus is being spoken about a lot. In the United States, Google has decided to sell directly to the public through Google Play.
Google wants to see their "Google Smartphone", the Galaxy Nexus, in the same way that they did the Nexus One. The company is certainly hoping that new model will be commercially more successful that their last attempt which was a failure, with Google previously handling all of the sales steps poorly.
The Galaxy Nexus will come with the latest version of Android Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0) which has already been well received by the public. Google is now trying to sell this telephone directly to the public, via Google Play, but for the moment the service is only available in the United States.
Americans can purchase the smartphone for $399, as an unblocked with no subscription service. The Galaxy Nexus could therefore be the first device of many that Google will make available on Google Play. A specially designed section has been created for sales with this to also possibly welcome the 7 inch tablet to be released by Asus.
This new service should also soon be opened to other countries. Google is also looking to prove the quality of their online sales service, which has obviously been well thought through to better meet the public’s needs.