Samsung Galaxy Nexus is beginning to get fleshed out a bit. It wasn't too long ago that Open webOS was first ported to the Galaxy Nexus, and today we're seeing the addition of a new gesture area. In other words, things are moving along pretty quickly.
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Galaxy Nexus. Just a couple of days later we saw it booting on the Transformer Prime, and today, the source code for the Galaxy Nexus port has been posted online, so the open source community can officially go nuts.
Nexus series is bound for a refresh soon, and rumors have already been churning. The Optimus Nexus is just one rumored device that may be the next phone in the Nexus lineup, but there's also the Galaxy Nexus 2 by Samsung. Alleged image samples from the Galaxy Nexus 2 camera have supposedly been leaked.
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.
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.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus was one of the first devices to get the update to Jelly Bean (at least on some carriers), but that may not necessarily be a good thing. Apparently, Jelly Bean didn't come as bug-free as we'd hoped it would, with some Galaxy Nexus users reporting a bug that messes with the phone's GPS capabilities. The bug can make it difficult for your Galaxy Nexus to get a proper GPS fix, which could complicate things if you're trying to get somewhere and were planning to rely on your phone's GPS to do so.
Galaxy Nexus (LTE) will be dropped down to just $99 with a new 2-year contract. This marks the lowest Verizon has sold the Google experience device for, and is a pretty solid deal. We've seen low prices like this before but not directly from the folks at Verizon.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus, then we've got good news for you. The Galaxy Nexus is listed as being "in stock" over at the Google Play Store once more! The Galaxy Nexus was taken down from the store completely after Apple successfully filed a preliminary injunction that saw the Galaxy Nexus banned from sale in the US. When a 9th Circuit Court temporarily overturned the ban, the Galaxy Nexus popped back up on the Google Play Store, but this time it had an estimated delivery time of 1-2 weeks, suggesting that the Galaxy Nexus wasn't actually in stock.
Jelly Bean is rolling out for the international (HPSA+) Samsung Galaxy Nexus starting today. Right now the update is rolling out as we speak and as long as you don't have the Verizon Galaxy Nexus, you can enjoy the latest and greatest from Google.
reported on the Wallee M modular case/mount system this week, I made an impassioned plea for more support, as the creators were running out of time to reach their Kickstarter goal. I'm glad to say that after a last-minute push, they've raise the $35,000 necessary and will begin shipping out Galaxy Nexus and iPhone 4S magnetized cases and mounts in July. Hooray for quality Android accessories!