Google today pulled the Galaxy Nexus smartphone from its Google Play store.
Customers can no longer buy the device from the store, which has replaced the purchase button with a note that says “coming soon.” Below it is a form to sign up for e-mail alerts for when the phone becomes available. Electronista first spotted the change.
Google, however, confirmed that it would begin selling the Galaxy Nexus again next week. The phone will come with Android 4.1, or Jelly Bean.
The Galaxy Nexus is perhaps the most high-profile device affected by the legal squabbling between Apple and the various Google vendors. Samsung Electronics, which has been the most successful vendor with Android, has been one of the primary targets of Apple’s patent infringement lawsuits.