Looking to score a deal on last year’s shiny new Galaxy Nexus? Well, don’t expect to pick one up from Google’s virtual store shelves as the device has been yanked, and most likely for good. No longer even listed along side Google’s device portfolio, even jumping onto the old listing for the device has it listed as, “no longer available for sale.” Dang, Google. Just like that, huh? But don’t worry, I’m sure we’ll see this little guy popping up in fire sale from various daily deal sites in no time, so there could still be hope. Question is, how much lower can they mark down an absurdly low $350? We’ll have to wait and see.
Another device removed from Google’s Nexus portfolio in the Play Store is the Nexus Q. One time sharing a spot next to the Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 7, the Q was actually removed from the landing page last week, replaced by the Chromebook. While the Q hasn’t been completely removed from the Play Store just yet — we still fear the worst for Google’s magic 8 ball. Not that anyone will really miss it.
- Google issuing refunds for unauthorized in-app purchases
- Pink Floyd TDSOTM only 99 cents on Google Play
- Google auto deducting VAT tax for apps sold in Europe
- Apple re-lists free apps as 'get' in App Store
- Check out the Galaxy Nexus forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.
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