The Galaxy Nexus, announced to come in early to mid-November, will initially hit shelves in the US, Norway, Japan, Canada and the UK.
Telecoms carrier Verizon Wireless will have a foothold against its rivals for being first to offer the handset in the US market.
NTT DoCoMo, the largest mobile network provider in Japan, will also be preceding all its main competitors on the Asian country’s local market with the Galaxy Nexus.
In the UK, consumers have more choices since Three, O2, and Vodafone will offer the device from £429 to about £515.
Next stops will be Denmark, Finland and Sweden by late November and will come with a price tag of 4400 DKK, 649 EUR and 5500 SEK, respectively.
By December, Netherlands will also receive the Galaxy Nexus at a price range close to Finland’s 649 EUR.