Google has started selling unlocked versions of its Galaxy Nexus (HSPA+) from a new Devices section in the Google Play web store.
The two-year old Galaxy Nexus by Samsung runs the latest Android software, Ice Cream Sandwich, with Google mobile services, Google Play and new features like Android Beam and Google+ mobile hangouts. It also offers a 4.65 HD Super AMOLED display.
First available in the U.S., Galaxy Nexus costs $399 and comes unlocked, without a carrier commitment or contract. It can be used on any GSM network, including T-Mobile and AT&T. It also comes pre-installed with the Google Wallet app. Google is also giving buyers a $10 credit to get them started with their new mobile wallet.