If you’re happen to live in Canada and plan to purchase a brand new unit of Samsung Galaxy Nexus, then we have a bad news for you. Telus, the one and only carrier in Canada that posses the handset, decided to stop selling Galaxy Nexus. This is mean that you won’t be able to purchase the 4.6 inch Super AMOLED device since there’s no stock left on their stores.
The main reason? Well, you might’ve already guess it and you’re right guys. The carrier is plan to give some extra space for the new Samsung Galaxy S III. This is quite disappointing actually. Considering the fact that Galaxy Nexus is only sit on the Telus stores for five months. However, we can understand why they did that. The arrival of Galaxy S III will decrease the sales of Galaxy Nexus, so why even bother to sell irrelevant device.
Specs-wise, Samsung Galaxy S III is also far more superior than Galaxy Nexus. It is currently packed with the latest version of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and faster quad-core Exynos processors. Both of those new addition should be able to provide users with brand new exciting Android experience.
Aside from stop selling the Galaxy Nexus, Telus also decide to cut off the sales of Nokia Lumia 800. There’s no official explanation about this, but we believe that it has something to do with the poor sales of the colors variant of the handset. This must be a disappointing news for the Windows Phone fans in Canada.
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Well, that’s all we can tell you right now guys. If you think that we miss something from our explanation, feel free to contact us via comment box below. We are also welcome any kind of suggestion and critics here.tags: Canada, galaxy nexus, Galaxy S III, SAmsung, Telus