Updated 24 May, 2013, 7:53 pm IST
Samsung trashes plans for a 32GB Galaxy Nexus
| by Aaron Almeida |
It’s just past the mid-way mark of February and India is yet to officially get the latest Google flagship handset, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. With the handset not yet being available in the market, many are beginning to consider this handset as old hardware and most eyes are set on what MWC has to offer in the form of the much talked about quad-core smartphones. Apart from this, the online community is also abuzz about the upcoming flagship from Samsung, which is the Galaxy S III that will be announced post MWC. With all the talk of the other handsets that are going to make their debut, the Galaxy Nexus, appears to be a thing of the past. However, news of the handset has surfaced once more, but it does not point to an Indian launch date, rather the internal memory of the handset will be capped at 16GB and not 32GB.
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