Galaxy Nexus 32GB, Google playing confusion game

Google are seriously playing games with customers’ heads when it comes to the storage space on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. At first Google put up on its Nexus page within the specs sheet, 16 and 32GB storage sizes, and now that has changed again.

It said at first 16GB and 32GB, then it was only 16GB storage versions, and now when you visit here it says 32GB only. The bigger size is much better any day of the week, but Google really need to get their act together and give us the real deal.

We have already reported on the Verizon Galaxy Nexus with the 32GB possibility, we have also mentioned the Verizon release date with 16GB only.

All customers want is all this to be set in stone, solid truth, what they can all expect, so is it now fact that it will be a 32GB version? Verizon needs to hurry up and approve this size.

Please let us know what you think of the above news, even thought the 32GB sounds good; why not make it 64GB now.

Source — Droid-Life


6 thoughts on “Galaxy Nexus 32GB, Google playing confusion game”

  1. Andy says:

    No 32gb ==  No Buy for me. I already have more than 16 GB of music on my PMP so if I want  to swap all my portable devices with one smartphone, it needs to have at least 32GB of storage or 16GB with optional SD Card slot. Bad move Google. Same applies to Nokia Lumia 800 which I really . I thing I will go with Galaxy S2. Sure it does not have HD screen or Ice Cream Sandwich (for now) but at least I’m sure I can put all my stuff on it. 

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