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Samsung Galaxy Nexus Available on Verizon for $299.99

The long awaited Samsung Galaxy Nexus is finally official as the Samsung’s latest Galaxy Nexus smartphone’s orders have gone live on Verizon website. The smartphone is available with a two-year contract at $299.99.

The latest smartphone from Samsung has a support for 4G LTE network, which means that the lucky users will be able to download data rate of 5 to 12 Mbps (megabits per second) and upload data at rate of 2 to 5 Mbps. However, the 4G LTE network is only available at the selected states at the moment. In layman terms, the users will be able to get the Internet speed similar to what they get for home broadband with 4G LTE.

The Samsung Galaxy Nexus features Google’s latest mobile operating system Android 4.0 (codenamed: Ice Cream Sandwich). Other than that, the smartphone sports a 4.65-inch, 1280×720, Super AMOLED HD display; 0.01 MS response time; 1.2 GHz dual-core Texas Instruments OMAP4460 processor; 1GB of RAM; 16GB or 32GB internal storage; dual cameras – 5-megapixel rear camera, capable of 1080p video and 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera; built-in image stabilization; NFC; Accelerometer; Compass; Gyro; and Barometer.

Apart from two-year contract subscription, users are required to opt for a Verizon Wireless Nationwide Talk plan with pricing plan starting from $39.99 per month. Also, users are required to choose a data plan that priced at a minimum $30 per month for 2GB of data.

Users are required to apply a bit of mathematics to figure out the total expenses they need to spend on new Galaxy Nexus. We have done calculations for our users to make their task easy. The total amount of sum you need to have a Galaxy Nexus is $1979.75, or $82.48 per month, exclusive of taxes and fees. Smartphones are expensive, so be prepared to spend some money if you are willing to have a smartphone for you.

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