Samsung has discontinued its 32 gig GSM variant of the Galaxy Nexus. This information is based on online retailer Expansys's web page and a tip from "Corey" in the XDA developers blog.
Expansys's product page of the Galaxy Nexus 32 GB HSDPA+ lists the device as discontinued and suggests the 16 GB variant instead.
The Galaxy Nexus is at a disadvantage by not offering additional storage options and lacks mass storage mode. So the only way to have the device with north-of-16 GB storage was to buy the 32 GB version.
In other news the 16 GB Galaxy Nexus for Verizon could be coming in White to the US carrier. Pricing is rumored to be around $199 on a two-year commitment. The device has already graced the UK shores.
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why did samsung have to cancel the 32gb version? and why did they not provide expandable memory?such stupid decision is the reason why apple regained the no.1 spot,(i am not an apple fanboy!). daaaaammmmmmnnn!!
Yet to get the code from symbian i guess .. lol