Galaxy Nexus returns to Play Store with extended shipping time

Galaxy Nexus returns to Play Store with extended shipping time

The Android world was all a’buzz with the Galaxy Nexus last week, due to the fact that a sales ban was put in place. Google and Samsung immediately began working together on a software fix to circumvent the ban, and it looks like we’ve got success… in a way.

Right now, you can head to the Google Play store and pick one up, but there’s one difference: you will now have to wait 2-3 weeks for the device to ship. Prior to the whole legal fiasco, your shipping was almost instant. While we’re not sure why these new GNex’s have to wait so long to ship, we assume it’s for software update purposes.

If you’re wanting to get one for yourself, hit the source link below. Be sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments.

via Play Store

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