Though Samsung Galaxy Nexus was launched long ago, Google is now offering contract free unlocked Samsung nexus sale on their Google Play Store at the cost of $399. They have included a new Devices section on the store where you can order a GSM/HSPA+ version Galaxy Nexus for you. It is the first ever GSM Nexus on sale that will operate on more than 200 GSM providers worldwide, including AT&T and T-Mobile, but as of now its available only for US customers.

There were rumors earlier that Google was planning to ship their Pure Android Smartphones and Tablets directly on their online store, and it seems that they started it with Galaxy Nexus. Its being said that in coming days, Google will also add ASUS-made Nexus Tablet at this store. That will be in future but as of now only GSM Nexus is the only one physical product on sale and that too for US country.

Checkout what Google says in that official Press Release:

We started shipping Nexus phones more than two years ago to give you a pure Google experience and access to the latest Android updates. Today, we’ve started selling Galaxy Nexus (HSPA+) from a new Devices section in the Google Play web store, so you can quickly and easily purchase an unlocked version of the phone. We want to give you a place to purchase Nexus devices that work really well with your digital entertainment.

Galaxy Nexus by Samsung runs the latest Android software, Ice Cream Sandwich, with Google mobile services, Google Play and new features like Android Beam and Google+ mobile hangouts. It also offers a 4.65” HD Super AMOLED display that’s perfect for watching movies, playing games or reading books on the go.

First available in the U.S., Galaxy Nexus costs $399 and arrives at your door unlocked, without a carrier commitment or contract. You can use it on the GSM network of your choice, including T-Mobile and AT&T. It also comes pre-installed with the Google Wallet app which lets you easily make purchases and redeem offers with a tap of your phone. Best of all, we'll give you a $10 credit to get you started with your new mobile wallet.

We’ve come a long way since the first Android devices started hitting shelves three and a half years ago and since the launch of the first Nexus device. More than 300 million Android devices have been activated globally. We’ve worked with developers and content partners to launch Google Play, offering more than 500,000 apps, millions of songs and books, and thousands of movies. And we’ve implemented new customer support services to improve the purchasing experience on Google Play. We’ve taken all of this into consideration in designing Devices on Google Play. We hope to bring it to more countries soon.