Vodafone are to be the next network provider to be stocking the Samsung Galaxy Nexus here in the UK. The Android Ice Cream Sandwich device should be arriving in stores soon.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus, powered by the latest iteration of Android’s OS, will be arriving in the UK very soon according to Vodafone, who will be stocking the device in the UK.
Whilst the Samsung Galaxy Nexus has been met with praise and all kinds of compliments, the device has been subject to a number of issues including a bug in the handset’s volume controls.
One of our readers reported that his Galaxy Nexus was full of small little bugs including being unable to delete photos, settings that won’t set as well as a few others. Obviously this could be an isolated issue, but it’s not looking too good the the 4.6-inch power-hungry smartphone.
The Galaxy Nexus will be available via Vodafone for £41 per month on a 2 year contract, with 900 minutes, unlimited texts and, a somewhat measly, 750MB of data.
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