Oh, Verizon. The association we all adore to hatred (aside from ATT). You pull updates ridiculously late all a time, have to Droidify each handset that comes your way, and assign ridiculously high prices. Still, we only can’t stay away. It’s a LTE – we know that, right? We adore a LTE coverage, so we understanding with all a crap.
When it comes to traffic with Verizon‘s crap, we can’t contend that any phone has gotten a worse palm than a Galaxy Nexus. Well, solely maybe a Droid Bionic. Or Charge. But we warp – this isn’t a competition to see that phone was treated a worst. Instead, it’s a celebration, since Verizon‘s Nexus is finally joining a rest of a current-gen Nexus house on Android 4.2.2. Exciting times for Verizon customers, no?
The refurbish – which leaked out a few weeks ago – started rolling out currently according to Verizon‘s central blog. It should be rolling out in phases, so if it hasn’t strike your device yet, don’t highlight out. It will be there. Eventually.
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