May 30, 2012 | by Natesh Sood
Several weeks ago, Google began selling an unlocked Samsung Galaxy Nexus through the Devices section of the Google Play Store. The phone is available $399 to anyone in the United States. Since it is an unlocked GSM model, it would only work in with AT&T or T-Mobile (granted, the only carriers without its own LTE variant).
Today, Google announced through a Google+ posting that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus being sold online will be accompanied by a few accessories. The accessories include a standard vehicle dock, HDMI Portrait Desktop Dock, and a Desktop Dock with Pogo Pin. The pricing is $54, $49, and $54, respectively. Each of the accessories can be found on the Galaxy Nexus product page. Keep in mind that these accessories will work with the GSM/HSPA+ model only. Therefore, the folks on Verizon and Sprint with an LTE model are out of luck in terms of using these accessories.