It’s rather sad that it’s now December 13, and Verizon is still quiet regarding the launch date of its Samsung Galaxy Nexus. But we must not lose hope. The Android ICS smartphone keeps on appearing in leaked photos, documents, and even videos.
The latest Verizon Galaxy Nexus video shows the handset with an official extended battery which, surprisingly, doesn’t make it much thicker than when it is without it. The enhanced battery is a 2100 mAh one (while the original is a 1850 mAh one).
The video’s embedded just below these two images:
When Verizon finally decides to launch the Galaxy Nexus, it will sell it for $299 on contract. The extended battery is probably going to cost an extra $50.
In Canada, Bell and Virgin Mobile have already launched the Galaxy Nexus (prices start at $159 with a new 3-yr contract agreement).
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