The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is one of the best Android smartphones out on the market today. It's got the latest version of Google's operating system, great hardware, and offers an all-around fantastic experience.
But one of the unfortunate aspects of the latest (GSM) Nexus is the somewhat limited storage: 16GB, upgradable with an SD card. There was originally going to be a 32GB model, but today, it seems that it has been cancelled.
Expansys-USA today announced that Samsung has cancelled the bigger version of the Galaxy Nexus. Here's the exact comment, made by Corey from Expansys-USA:
"We’ve just been notified this morning that Samsung have dropped the Galaxy Nexus 32GB from production. At this time it looks like they will not be releasing it. Not good news at all."
So, if you were wanting this model, it looks like it may not ever come. That's certainly too bad, as 16GB of internal storage just isn't enough these days. There is the option to expand it with an SD card, but an extra 16GB of included storage would've given people enough storage to store anything they would ever want onto their phones.
Is this a dealbreaker for the GSM model for you?[Android Community]