By Brandon Miniman | October 19, 2011 10:29 AM
If you’re looking forward to the super-thin Moto RAZR or the Android 4.0-loaded Galaxy Nexus, you better start saving. Pricing and approximately availability has been posted by retailer Clove, and the prices for these unlocked phones are quite high. As always, you can wait for your home carrier to sell these devices and provide subsidized prices.
The Moto RAZR (to be known as the Verizon Droid RAZR in the US) will go on sale on November 1 for £379 (or $600). This variant is likely to have Europe-only bands, though there’s a possibility that it might have the proper bands to work on AT&T or even (but least likely) T-Mobile.
The Galaxy Nexus will go on sale in “early November” (which we knew already) for the price of £429 (or $680). Samsung tends to release their European phones with the UMTS 850 band, meaning that if you want a Galaxy Nexus to work on AT&T, this will be your opportunity.