Want one right now? Well you can't have one. But the local grey importers have started offering pre-orders on imported models. We've covered the pros and cons of grey market importing previously, and all the usual caveats apply with the Galaxy Nexus, naturally enough. While they undoubtedly aren't alone, it's worth noting that Mobicity's offering up the Galaxy Nexus for pre-order at $829, while Kogan's price-cutting just a little at $799. What do you reckon? Worth jumping on the pre-order bandwagon, or waiting to see a few more prices and options? [Mobicity and Kogan]
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