Good news, fandroids! Samsung has officially confirmed that a 32GB version of its recently launched Galaxy Nexus will soon be landing in Blighty.
According to our source at online retailer Expansys, the latest edition of the handset will be in stock in four weeks' time (around the first week of February) and go on sale for an estimated price of £599 (TBC).
It will provide owners double the space than that of the original 16GB model, which was criticised by many for its lack of microSD slot of expandable memory. The additional on board storage capacity should also allow the handset to compete better against the equivalent model of the iPhone 4S as well as its Android cousin, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
The rest of the device remains unchanged, which means you’ll get a 4.65-inch HD Super AMOLED display, a 1.2GHz dual core processor with 1GB of RAM and a five-megapixel camera, plus all the standard bells and whistles of a high-end smartie.
A white version of the Galaxy Nexus is also expected and is likely to land in early February. However, snaps of the new paintjob have yet to be uncovered.
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