Samsung Galaxy Nexus delayed in the UK?
Recently we reported that Samsung would launch the Galaxy Nexus in the UK early November via Clove UK, but now, it seems the launch will be a little delayed. Originally, it was scheduled for November 17 and now it seems it may launch next month as Amazon UK has changed the launch date on their site to December 2nd. There hasn’t been any official announcement of a release change from Samsung or UK carriers but one has to wonder whether or not the Amazon change is specific to just Amazon? It’s certainly raising eyebrows overseas and since the US launch date is also rumored to be Nov. 17, we’re going to try and remain optimistic that the delay does not pertain toVerizon’s exclusive launch — even though, technically it can’t be considered a delay since an official US launch date has not been given (but you get what I’m trying to say).
Everything is up in the air right now, including the US launch date and it’s driving Android fans crazy. Let’s hope we get some clarity on the subject soon because there are a lot of Android users out there trying to decide on what their next device will be. This industry moves fast and if the Galaxy Nexus doesn’t come out soon… users may end up holding out for the next “big” thing — which is sure to be right around the corner. Would further delay of the Galaxy Nexus launch cause you to rethink your decision to purchase the device? Let us know in the comments below.
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