After getting a temporary stay of the ban on Google’s Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ by Judge Lucy Koh, the Android device is back in Google Play Store. The first device to receive the Jelly Bean update came back at the store earlier than expected.
As reported earlier, Google’s Galaxy Nexus was pulled from the Play Store after facing a preliminary junction. Google officially confirmed the reason to pull the “Pure Google” device from the store to ABC News later. Now the device is back at the Play Store as Google believes the latest Android operating system, 4.1 alleviate the patent infringement issues.
The "Pure Android" device features a 4.65-inch HD Super AMOLED display, 1GB RAM and 5MP camera. The Galaxy Nexus is also going to be the first phone to receive Android's latest 4.1, Jelly Bean update. The device is also loaded with 1.2GHz dual core processor, 1.3MP front camera and 1750 mAh battery (HSPA+ version).
Google has time to issue a response on the matter until July 12. Galaxy Nexus orders at Google Play Store are stated to ship in one to two weeks. People interested to buy this “Pure Android” device should hurry before anything happens.
Source:Google Play Store