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If you're not impressed by the leak-happy LG Nexus, and don't buy into the somewhat fuzzy rumors that we'll see multiple Nexus phones this year but you're still seeking a pure Google experience in a gorgeous, powerful frame, Daily Steals has just what you're looking for.

The popular 24-hour sale site is offering the Samsung Galaxy Nexus 16GB, unlocked for GSM networks, for just $319.99. For reference, that's about $30 cheaper than Google's current price, and with a mere $5 shipping charge, it's a fantastic deal.

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In case you've somehow forgotten the Galaxy Nexus' specs, here's a quick look:

  • 4.65" Super AMOLED display at 1280x720 (that's ~316ppi)
  • 16GB Storage
  • 1GB RAM
  • TI OMAP 4460 dual-core processor at 1.2GHz
  • 5MP rear camera and 1.3MP front camera
  • 1750mAh battery

Again, Daily Steals' discounts run on a 24-hour cycle, so if you've been waiting to pull the trigger on a Nexus device but aren't quite as hyped as others about what we're likely to see this year, hit the link below and take advantage of the discount.

Source: Daily Steals

Liam Spradlin
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  • http://twitter.com/co_Onfused co_Onfused

    that's a pretty good deal too bad no shipping to canada

  • Christopher Theofilaktos

    LIST PRICE:$749.99DISCOUNT:57%YOU SAVE:$430.00

    I HATE when deal websites do that, it isn't listed ANYWHERE for $750. Not a bad deal tho, just a pet peeve of mine. Tho I imagine it'll just keep going down in price.

    • flosserelli

      Daily Steals always inflates the retail price. Every time they have something interesting, I Google it and find someone selling the same item for about the same price as DS. But that doesn't stop me from checking DS every day ;)

      • Christopher Theofilaktos

        Yeah you can usually find the item for the same price or even cheaper. They usually just the RRP at release and never change it.

  • http://twitter.com/A_D_Goldstein A.D.

    Is this the exact same as the Play Store version? Doesn't specify HSPA+?

    • jimsis

      Most likely not. See my other comment. I got one of these previously - mine from Poland.

      • yippiedad

        Yup, the one I got from Daily Steals came from Poland too. I sold it and later got one directly from the Play store instead...

        • Neejay

          I thought there was only CDMA or GSM...and that GSM automatically supported HSPA+ bands?

  • jimsis

    Remember though that this won't be the US takju version, so no Google wallet support. Also it's most likely not yakju, rather a yakux?? Which means updates from Samsung not Google. If you want Google updates you need to do a little technical stuff - unlocking boot loader, flashing factory image

    • anzensepp1987

      Well, it is not a big deal to flash it to be a "takju" or whatever you want.

      • jimsis

        Agreed but still think you should know what your getting.

    • Rodrigo

      How do you know its not yakju?

      How is it possible to find out? I Want to buy a GN but I live in Brazil and cant get from Google Play...

      • jimsis

        Don't think there is a good answer to your question. Would be amazed if anyone at DailySteals knew where the device originated. I remember customer services with them being a bit of a mystery, basically they charge your card immediately and your order shows up later. Once you have the device you can download an app from the play store to tell you the version name. If you are a little techy you can get it to yakju.

      • http://jeremyperez.com Jeremy

        Open Maps, go to Settings > About. You'll see it listed under Device.

  • jimsis

    Not the you necessarily want a LG Nexus 4, but if you waited this long for your Galaxy Nexus fix, might we worth a couple more weeks to hear what Google have to say on the next device.

  • Ryan Stuckmaier

    Got burned one too many times by Daily Steals. They offer good deals because it's generally junk merchandise. I ordered a 5.1 speaker set, came broken and torn 3 times. Took a month for each new return/resend cycle. Then another 2 months to get a refund (which ended up being through my credit card company).