While this month has seen a whole garland of overwhelming new Android superphones for Verizon (like a Droid RAZR and HTC Rezound), there still might be some some-more awesomeness left before a year is out. Yes, it looks like a long-awaited Samsung Galaxy Nexus is finally on a approach to Verizon, and according to a latest rumors it should be out Dec 8th (or a week from this Thursday). In fact a Galaxy Nexus has even begun appearing in ads this weekend, such as a leaked Verizon Holiday ad and a December emanate of Best Buy’s Buyer’s Guide (the same ad where we initial we first saw a Droid Bionic a few weeks back. We’ve got some of a shots from a Best Buy ad after a break, though we can see them for yourself on pages 11, 21 and 44 in a ad).
But that’s not even a best part. From a looks of that leaked Verizon ad there is a chance that Verizon will cost this savage at only $200 with a new 2 year contract and not their common 4G phone cost of $300. Verizon, Google and Samsung haven’t strictly reliable any of this yet and it can change, though like we we’re unequivocally anticipating it’s true.
For those who don’t know, a Galaxy Nexus is a destiny of a Android phone. It is a initial phone to run a latest and biggest chronicle of Android called Ice Cream Sandwich and is installed with all a tip of a line specs you’d expect: a massive, 4.65 in. Super AMOLED HD curved screen (which will make everything– games, videos, pictures, texts– demeanour positively implausible on here. Think of this as a HDTV in your pocket– a shade on here is that amazing), 1.2 GHZ dual-core processor with 1 GB of RAM (for speed), 5 megapixel behind camera (with a ability to now constraint cinema a second we daub a screen) with a 1.3 megapixel front camera for high quality video chat, and of course, support for Verizon’s blazing quick 4G LTE network. It might not be as skinny as a Droid RAZR or container built-in Beats like a Rezound, though if we wish a latest Android has to offer (and don’t wish to wait until who knows when for a Ice Cream Sandwich refurbish to come to those phones) you’re gonna wish to check this out.
We’ll make certain to keep we updated once Verizon finally creates this all official, so stay tuned!
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