In case you were wondering when the most awaited smartphone of the year end is coming, know that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is slated for a November 17th debut. The info came from a leaked marketing sheet for the South Korean company, that in the meantime has been confirmed by Samsung itself.


Sadly, this date only involves the UK, so there’s no telling when the rest of the world will get the first Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone. This 4.65 inch 720p display device was unveiled two weeks ago in Hong Kong and it shows a lot of promise, considering it brings forth an innovative screen and operating system.

The price is still a mystery, at least the subsidized one, while the one off contract is placed somewhere around $700 or $800, which is a lot even for the latest in Google and Samsung technology. Other things to keep you interested are the phone’s 8.94mm thick case, Google+ integration, NFC support, HSPA+ connectivity and powerful 1.2GHz dual core processor. Are you getting one?

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