Phones4u has announced it will be offering the Galaxy Nexus when it goes on sale in next month.
The high street retailer has confirmed it will be amongst the first vendors in Blighty to stock the Galaxy Nexus on day one and has revealed a range of pricing options it will be available on.
Contract deals offering the handset completely free will start from £46 a month on a two-year plan, or from £41 if you pay a £29.99 upfront cost for the handset. The former adds up to £1,104 over the course of the term, while the latter will cost £1,014 in total, saving you £90.
The deals will be available on a number of major UK networks. So far, O2, Vodafone and Three have already confirmed they will be on board for the handset’s launch on day one, which we’re expecting to be sometime in mid-November.
Unveiled yesterday in Hong Kong, the Galaxy Nexus is filled to the brim with the latest tech in smartphones, including a 4.65-inch Super AMOLED HD display, a 1.2GHz dual core processor and a five-megapixel camera that shoots HD videos in 1080p.
It is also the first-ever handset to run the all-singing, all-dancing Ice Cream Sandwich iteration of Android (version 4.0), which brings an all-new interface, enhanced multitasking, a new ‘face detected’ screen unlock mode and a range of social and multimedia smarts to just name a few.
“The Galaxy Nexus combines the full Google experience with Samsung’s superior smartphone performance, and tops it off with the latest and most innovative Android platform yet,” said Scott Hooton from Phones4u.
“We know our customers have been just as excited about the launch of the first Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone as we have.”
Keep ‘em peeled for more Galaxy Nexus news and announcements in the next few days.