Verizon 4G LTE

Verizon Galaxy Nexus updated to Android 4.1, LTE speedtests caught on video

The Verizon 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.

Verizon Galaxy Nexus leaks again, bloatware is easily disabled

Well folks, it appears the 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.

Verizon Visual Voicemail App for Galaxy Nexus hits the Android Market

Well folks, Verizon might finally be making some headway with the 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.

Verizon Galaxy Nexus press images revealed

I know many of you might think Verizon has forgot about the Galaxy Nexus because we still haven't heard so much as a peep from them regarding this new flagship superphone from Google. Apparently a few folks from 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.

Motorola DROID Bionic now just $199 from Verizon

Is Verizon finally ready to make room for the 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.

Motorola DROID XYBOARD (Xoom 2) 8.2″ Tab spotted with Verizon 4G LTE branding

We've seen plenty of the Motorola Xoom 2 and its smaller 8.2" brother being called the media edition but today we have a clear image of the 8.2" model imprinted clearly with Verizon Wireless 4G LTE. This isn't really anything new as we figured it would obviously land on Verizon just like the original Xoom, but now we have an official picture not to mention we are hearing that absurd name is official too.

HTC Rezound Review

The HTC Rezound is not the nicest HTC device to have been released thus far to the market here in the USA, but it certainly does have all the features that make it one of the best smartphones on Verizon, and certainly one of the top two LTE devices today. In the following review I'm going to prove to you why if you're in the market for an HTC LTE device, this is your very best choice, that if you're in the market for the best HTC device on the market, you'd better go with the Sensation, and finally why if you want the most iconic, memorable, and well supported devices on Verizon you may well be better off going with the DROID RAZR.
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