Developer Edition handsets have officially been listed with Motorola. There are two models listed, one with support for Verizon Wireless and the other with support for GSM (AT&T and T-Mobile). Both models have 32GB of internal storage and are touting the "special" black and woven white Developer Edition design.
LG Nexus 4 smartphone, we can't forget about Google's popular Nexus 7 tablet. There's been multiple rumors pointing to a few different routes Google will take with their tablet. From a 3G capable device, 32GB of storage replacing the 16GB model, and even a $99 Nexus 7. Today however the 3G model has appeared on a retailers website.
Galaxy S III over the past few days we mentioned global GSM radio support was included while it passed through the FCC. Today however Verizon themselves have indeed confirmed that their Galaxy S III will have 2G and 3G GSM radios that will enable global roaming on other carriers overseas.
Ice Cream Sandwich to multiple devices. One of those, the Galaxy Nexus, appears to be having problems. We are now starting to see and hear multiple reports that users are experiencing signal problems and loss of signal since accepting the official OTA update. Below are multiple screenshots and links with all the information.
Galaxy Nexus. The GSM model was announced with both a 16 and 32GB model being available but we've yet to see the larger of the two. Today according to online retailer Expansys-USA Samsung has canceled the item. It's possible that it has only been delayed but so far things aren't looking good.
a bootloader-unlocked RAZR XT910 'Developer Edition'. It is currently available for €499 ($657), but only in Europe for the time being. ClockworkMod Touch by 'Koush' was released in Beta form early on this week as well. It has had steady updates throughout the week, and it's obvious he wants to implement the new features on as many devices with a strong developmental following as possible.
Galaxy Nexus owners using the GSM version of the handset. The update - which popped up on one of our GSM Nexus devices today - weighs in at a mere 8.8MB, and is described as containing "important bug fixes."
Daily Steals for only $559.99 + $4.99 shipping. Considering it retails for about $190 more, this is a good 25% off. If you've never ventured over to Daily Steals before, they are a "one sale a day" website - so at max you'll have 24Hrs to order. The Nexus just went on sale, so you still have time to decide whether or not you're up for dropping that much cash. It's definitely a tough decision with the Galaxy S III right around the corner.