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Galaxy Nexus & HTC Rezound (Vigor) To Cost $299 On A New 2 Year Agreement


Engadget has gotten their hands on leaked MAP Pricing for upcoming Android devices on Verizon Wireless.  Engadget credits an anonymous source, and typically leaked Verizon Wireless MAP docs include the other smartphone categories but we will assume Engadget vetted this correctly.

As you can see from the document both the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the HTC Rezound will set you back $299 if you’re willing and ready to jump into a new 2 year agreement.

The document shows MAP pricing starting in November 10th, however Kellex over at Droid-Life reminds us that doesn’t necessarily mean the devices will release on November 10th.  They could go on preorder that day or to another sales channel before the typical retail channels we like to see.

We also just got a tip pointed out to us. The Motorola device being launched Tuesday in New York is mysteriously absent from this list. We also heard from someone at CTIA that the device will be called Nexus Galaxy not Galaxy Nexus, but that is with a grain of salt too. Armchair quarterbacks the ball is in your court.

Source: Engadget

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