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New rumors indicate that T-Mobile will soon follow Sprint as a carrier to support the Galaxy Nexus.
We recently saw AT&T’s Galaxy SII in white, and it’s undoubtedly beautiful. Not surprising to many, its long lost cousin, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, also looks pretty rad in white. It
Amazon just dropped a note in our inbox to let us know that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is on sale for $149.99 for a limited time only. If you’re thinking
In a strange move, Verizon’s commercial doesn’t do much to promote Android 4.0 or the Galaxy Nexus.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus, which is the first ever Android device to launch with Ice Cream Sandwich, and is set to be launched in the US by Verizon, still hasn’t
The carrier tells us that Google Wallet is unlike other m-commerce solutions and it may some time and effort before we see it.
Talk about a tease! A tantalizing Verizon advertisement has been popping up all over the web showing the much anticipated Galaxy Nexus — and if that wasn’t enough — the
Best Buy apparently thinks the Galaxy Nexus is just another Galaxy S II device named the Nexus Prime
Ah yes, the soap opera that is the Galaxy Nexus. Apparently Best Buy has missed a few episodes as their latest Best Buy Mobile flyer (due out Dec. 1) refers
Is the carrier really weighing the handset or is the deal already done?
Galaxy Nexus is currently the hottest and most anticipated Android device, and a lot of Android fanboys are looking forward to it, not only in US, but also in UK,
Recently we reported that Samsung would launch the Galaxy Nexus in the UK early November via Clove UK, but now, it seems the launch will be a little delayed. Originally,
The Samsung/Google event left us with many unanswered questions, most importantly, which carrier would be getting the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. We heard rumors of a Verizon exclusive, saw multiple corroborating
A leaked Sprint shipping list shows a poster for the “Nexus Prime,” which could mean that the Now Network will be getting the Galaxy Nexus in the near future.
With all the major carriers listed, we wonder just how long Verizon’s exclusivity will last.