U.S customers may purchase the Samsung Galaxy Nexus through Expansys for $749.99

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We learned earlier today that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus launch in the United States was going to occur in December as opposed to the commonly believed launch date of November. More than likely, this is going to frustrate customers even further, but there is one option to get your hands on a Galaxy Nexus if you’re so inclined.

Online retailer — Expansys — just opened up a page on its website where American customers can purchase the Samsung Galaxy Nexus unlocked HSPA+ model. The 16GB model will work with AT&T and T-Mobile’s 3G network, but will not work with a CDMA carrier such as Verizon. So far, this sounds promising, but unfortunately, an unlocked Galaxy Nexus will cost you $749.99, which is a lot higher than the rumored Verizon price point of $299 on a two year contract.

But, hey, if you’re really craving that Ice Cream Sandwich, a purchase through Expansys is only a few clicks away.

Check it out [Expansys]

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