Another day, another post about Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy Nexus. What can we do if this stuff keeps leaking and Verizon keeps delaying an official announcement?
Yesterday we showed you leaked official press renders of the Galaxy Nexus for Verizon, complete with 4G LTE branding and sans Google’s name on the device, oddly. Now if you wanted to see how the Galaxy Nexus for Verizon would look in actual hands-on pictures, here you go:
But that’s not all. We even get a quick demo video showcasing this superphone bound to hit Big Red soon (while hopefully it’s still 2011). The two main differences between this and the internationally-sold HSPA version of the phone are clearly portrayed – the aforementioned branding switch, as well as the handset’s added thickness to accommodate for the 4G LTE radio and slightly bigger battery.
Now wipe your drool. And continue being patient, since that’s about the only thing you can do right now, until Verizon finally decides to launch this thing. That said, if you don’t care for LTE or Verizon, you could just get an HSPA Galaxy Nexus unlocked, but you’ll have to be able to afford it.
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