Samsung Galaxy Nexus from Verizon Wireless. The Samsung Experience Store in NYC had four of these LTE powered smartphones running Android 4.0.1 Ice Cream Sandwich on display for fans and buyers alike to experience first hand.
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Galaxy Nexus just keeps on leaking and taunting us. Sooner or later I might just start an occupy Verizon campaign -- who's with me? Now that I have you angered we've received a screenshot showing the Verizon Gnex updated to Android 4.1 Ice Cream Sandwich, leaving us to believe it's finally ready for prime time and should be announced soon. So have faith my friends. Not only that but below is also another leaked video showing off some Verizon 4G LTE speedtests on the Galaxy Nexus hero phone.
DROID 4 with its 5 row QWERTY keyboard, and the new DROID XYBOARD tablets (Xoom 2). Today we get a closer look at all of these devices, especially the slightly newer DROID 4.
Galaxy Nexus over on Verizon has leaked again today and we now have a few more pictures for everyone to enjoy. Thanks to one of our friendly Android Community readers we now have a few shots of the Verizon bloatware (only a few apps) and proof that they can easily be disabled right on the device just like any app in Ice Cream Sandwich. Below are the photos showing the Verizon Galaxy Nexus including data usage, and the bloatware actually disabled.
Galaxy Nexus rocking those all important 4G LTE speeds. The Galaxy Nexus will come mostly bloatware free and because of that -- the Galaxy Nexus will not launch with Verizon's popular Visual Voicemail application. I personally use Google Voice but to each their own I guess. Today the Verizon VVM application has hit the Android Market being used on none other then the Verizon Galaxy Nexus.
androidforums were digging around the Verizon website and stumbled on the official press shots of the new 4G LTE Galaxy Nexus. Without talking much I'll just let you see the pictures below.
Galaxy Nexus or are they just lowering prices for the holiday season? Today we can now confirm that Verizon and Motorola have lowered the price of the DROID Bionic from $299 down to only $199 -- with a new contract of course. After seeing initial reports from DL the pricing change has now made its way to the online shop at Verizon.
announced 20 new markets last month and 14 coming in November. Tomorrow, November 17th Verizon 4G LTE will be live for another huge list of subscribers, hopefully you're all one of them.
Galaxy Nexus sporting those Verizon 4G LTE bands has finally landed and received approval from the FCC. Could this be what the wait, silence, and possible delays have been for?