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Android Community Weekly: September 23rd, 2012

It was an exciting and fun filled week in the mobile word this week, although most of it wasn't Android related. This week was big for the smartphone market as a whole moving forward. Apple launched their new iPhone 5 and while it wasn't anything groundbreaking, it still will make its dent. However, Android is still as strong as ever so lets check out what happened this week.

Google Wallet gets pulled from Verizon Galaxy Nexus

So Google Wallet has never officially been available for Verizon, on any smartphone. However for months now users have been able to side-load Google's awesome Wallet app for mobile NFC payments using the web store, or installing a custom ROM. Today however it appears that Google's pulled the backend plug.

Galaxy Nexus in Canada gets Jelly Bean – Verizon update MIA

We have some excellent news for all those enjoying the popular Samsung Galaxy Nexus up in Canada. It looks like the flagship Nexus device is finally getting the much anticipated and awaited update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Google announced it back in June and said it would arrive mid July -- which it did for the international version. Carrier branded models sadly have waited a bit longer and Verizon's is completely missing in action.

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean leaks for Verizon Galaxy Nexus

When Google announced Android 4.1 Jelly Bean they stated multiple devices would be getting upgraded to the latest and greatest around mid July. While the Galaxy Nexus was listed everyone knows Verizon likes to take their sweet time. Now it's nearly September and we still don't have Jelly Bean. Don't worry thought because late last night it leaked and is now available to all.

Samsung building a new Nexus according to leaked spec sheet

Samsung is back in the news again today, only this time we are talking about the next Nexus smartphone from Google. Yup, it's time to start up those rumor mills again seeing that the Galaxy Nexus has been available for a while already. Google must be getting ready for their next release. What we see below is a spreadsheet claiming to show the new Nexus.