The Samsung Galaxy Nexus arrived at the tail-end of last year, and promptly became one of the year's biggest sellers. One small dissapointment however was the lack of a 32GB version (at least, according to the popularity of this thread in our forums it was!).
We have just received the rather excellent news from Samsung themselves than the mooted 32GB Galaxy Nexus is not only a reality, it will be arriving in roughly 4 weeks time, and be in our warehouse for, fingers crossed, the first week of February.
You can now pre-order the Galaxy Nexus 32GB in black on Expansys.com; we haven't had a confirmed price yet, but are hopeful it will be £599 including VAT.
We've also had the clearance from Samsung to start taking orders for the white version of the Galaxy Nexus which should arrive in 2 weeks time. Though this is only for the 16GB version (no word yet on a 32GB version in white) this is bound to be another popular choice of the most advanced Android handset to date.
For those of you who haven't seen much about the Galaxy Nexus, it's the first phone to run Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich, the latest version of Google's open source operating system. Made by Samsung (hence the Galaxy monikor) it boasts a superb 4.65 inch Super AMOLED screen that's slightly curved like the body so that the Nexus sits beautifully in your hand. There's also a dual-core 1.2GHz processor that makes it fly through tasks and decent camera with full 1080p HD video recording and zero shuter lag, and the Ice Cream Sandwich iteration of Android is a real evolution of the OS.
It's quite probably the best Android handset yet, and we loved it when we got our hands on it last year.
Here's a video to whet your appetite: