Need Proof of Verizon’s Galaxy Nexus?


Looking for a little bit of proof that a Verizon-ready version of the Galaxy Nexus is on the way?  Take a look at the image below.  See the 4G LTE logo?  Yep – that belongs to Verizon.  A couple of images shared on Google Plus by Romain Guy were initially listed as part of the behind-the-scenes stuff for the new camera feature in Ice Cream Sandwhich.  While the camera and software features are undoubtedly cool, it’s the Verizon stuff we’re interested in at this point.[divider]

We're expecting a Verizon announcement in short order.

What’s more, the guys at Phandroid noticed the Verizon Wireless indicator in the notifications screen in the YouTube demo.  Hiding in plain site worked for us the first ten times through the video, but now we’re digging deep!


        • They don’t. Maybe you missed the part about the 4G LTE? You know, the new high speed data Verizon DOES have? Read first. Comment second.

          • Your not so smart…  Mckees2006 was explaining that it not a Verizon exclusive because it has a HSPA+ version.  Use your brain first!  Comment second. 

      • GALAXY Nexus also features an ultra-fast 1.2GHz dual core processor, providing superior power and speed, ensuring you can take full advantage of GALAXY Nexus’ enhanced multitasking capabilities with ease, or enjoy the large, vivid display to its full capacity with high-definition gaming or video streaming. LTE or HSPA+ connectivity combined with a dual core processor delivers high-speed web browsing which ensures you always have the web at your fingertips, wherever you are.