Google failed miserably and shut down the old Google phone store, but that's not stopping them at all. The big G is not giving up and its giving hardware sales another go. Today, Google is selling an unlocked Galaxy Nexus that works on both AT&T and T-Mobile for $400 on Google Play.
Could this be an upwards trend to come? Its being sold in the new "Devices" section of Google Play, and does this give credence to more believe that the Nexus tablet is coming?
Google specifically mentions that the Galaxy Nexus on Google Play comes with Google Wallet (and a free $10 credit). [Google Play via Google Mobile Blog]
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