Well, well, well, what do we have here? Yes, you read that title correctly. From an anonymous source we’ve got some Verizon 4G LTE speed test results of the Galaxy Nexus and even the videos to prove it. He/She uses the OOKLA SpeedTest.Net application at a couple different locations to give us a legitimate estimate of what speeds we should project to see. And from the results, it doesn’t look like we’ll be disappointed!
The Galaxy Nexus on Verizon’s 4G LTE network reaches up to 19062 kbps download and 1497 upload speed; and that’s with only two bars of service! Of course it’s running off of the 4G and is limited mainly to city folk, but knowing your device is even capable of such speed is a great feeling. If I didn’t live within the bounds of Verizon’s 4G LTE network already and had such a device, then I would simply have to move!
I’m not sure if my SpeedTest.Net application was a little buggy during my test the other day, but I was getting speeds of up to 42Mbps down no problem with full bars of signal on the LG Revolution 4G. After comparing the speeds of this Galaxy Nexus and the Revolution, I can’t see any other carrier coming close. We’ll have our own tests uploaded as soon as we can get our hands on the Galaxy Nexus 4G LTE, but until then thanks for the tip!