If this newly leaked screenshot is to be believed, Verizon’s version of the Google Nexus Prime will not be called Droid Prime, as previously rumored, but Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
According to Droid-life, the image below is from Verizon’s Device Management system. And, well, we can clearly see the Samsung Galaxy Nexus listed as a 4G LTE device. It also looks like it won’t be a global phone. There’s still no word on pricing, but since we’re talking about Verizon’s next flagship LTE handset, $299 on contract is a good guess.
Samsung and Google have scheduled an Ice Cream Sandwich event for next week, on October 19, when the Nexus Prime should be finally announced. Most likely, official details about Verizon’s Galaxy Nexus will also be unveiled then. Verizon could launch the new handset befoer the end of this month. But, well, let’s see what happens next week first.
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