SAMSUNG: Galaxy Nexus Won’t Be Coming To India Anymore

By May 3rd, 2012 AT 2:11 AM

Later today Samsung India has officially tweeted that “The Galaxy Nexus will not be launched in India. Watch this space for the next big thing!” Instead they are promoting Galaxy III on their official twitter page.

Samsung Galaxy Nexus Wont Be Coming To India

This is pain for any stock Android lover like me here in India. Earlier in January the Samsung India had announced Galaxy Nexus will be released in 2nd week of May.

This not the first time Samsung has let down it’s customers in India, most of Samsung Galaxy SII are waiting for official ICS (Android 4.0) update which Samsung has promised in the end of April.

If you are a ardent stock ICS (Android 4.0) lover, you can buy unlocked Galaxy Nexus from Play store US for $399 provided if you got any friends and family or else you can still ahead with Lava Intel Xolo X900 Rs.22,000 (approx.)

This mean that Samsung India is really not happy to pump official Google phone into Indian market.

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Although wait for the galaxy SIII is almost over but this is still to be seen how it performs on all parameters perticularly battery drain. This ara needs to be taken into consiferation. As u add more features and multucore processors will certainly drain more battery. I am a fan of pure google experiance and was eagerly waiting for galaxy nexus official launch in India but disappointed. Still for me iPhone 4S is certainly a preferred phone even over SIII. But still its too early to comment and have to wait for the performance parameters once it is available in… Read more »

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If you remember, even the NexuS S was launched late in India plus with a LCD screen unlike the S.AMOLED for the US version.

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