Recently, Google reduced the price of Galaxy Nexus from $400 to just $349.99. It will be the first smartphone to get the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update in mid-July.

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Looks like someone accidentally pushed the wrong button at the Google headquarters by listing Samsung Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ as “soon the first phone with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean” on the Play Store. This puts an end to all those rumors circling around Jelly Bean and confirms that 4.1 Jelly Bean will indeed be the next Android version.

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Sprint just became the first carrier in the United States to announce the Galaxy Nexus in the United States, and end Verizon’s Galaxy Nexus exclusivity on it.

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Verizon finally announced the availability of its much-awaited smartphone, the Verizon Galaxy Nexus. This handset will be available for just $299.99 with a two year service agreement.

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Face Unlock on Galaxy Nexus Can be Bypassed with a Digital Photo

One of the most interesting and eye-catching feature in Android 4.0 is the Face Unlock, which allows users to unlock their phone using the face recognition technology. SoyaCincau, a tech review site revealed that the feature can be bypassed with a simple digital photo. He managed to bypass the facial recognition unlock by simply posing a digital photo in front of the phone, and the phone just unlocked itself without any difficulties. Well, that sounds creepy!

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A leaked Costco inventory screenshot suggests that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be available in the US for $289.

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