16GB version of Galaxy Nexus due in early April
Verizon is expected to carry a 16GB version of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, according to details obtained by Droid Life. Priced at $199 it would be $100 less than the 32GB model that came out in late 2011 and likely just as popular, if not more. Sounds a lot like what happened with the original Droid Razr, no?
We’re not sure what the numbers are for the current model but we imagine the $199 (with two year agreement) is much more in line with what people want to spend for their smartphones. And when you can pick up a 16GB microSD card for less than $10 it’s a much better bargain! Still, it’s not quite as good as picking up a 32GB Galaxy Nexus for $99 from Amazon.
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