Samsung continues to surprise people with a sneak peek at the Verizon LTE flavor of the Galaxy Nexus at the Samsung Experience in Columbus Circle in New York City on Saturday, December 3. Samsung showed off its four pre-production versions of the Ice Cream Sandwich handset at the event. All of these Nexus models were running the Android 4.0.1 software and had no SIM cards. Therefore, users could only test them by using the built-in WiFi module. The performance of Verizon Galaxy Nexus phone was impossible to be tested on Verizon's network. Meanwhile, experts continue speculating whether the Sprint network will carry the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Here are reviews about the release date, specs and features of Samsung Galaxy Nexus:
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Verizon version) features no SIM card and it is interesting that if we tried to install a SIM, a security alarm would ring. Nevertheless, Nexus models work fine with the Android 4.0.1 software and give the download speeds from 5000-7000 kbps.
The Galaxy Nexus is equipped with AMOLED 4.65 inch screen with a 720p resolution. The 8.94mm thinness gives the Galaxy Nexus (Verizon version) a sleek finish and weighs only 135g. Although the device is slender and light, it appears with 16.30 GB of storage and 1GB of RAM. Therefore, the phone has twice the memory of the iPhone 4S.
The Verizon Galaxy Nexus phone might be worth the wait after all
The rumored release dates for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is December 14
Samsung Galaxy Nexus for Verizon Wireless hands-on picture
The official release date for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus continued to be a mystery. There is no real way of knowing when the handset will be released in the US. However, the rumored release date for the device is the upcoming 14th December 2011. We will let you know when we hear anything official on this.
The Galaxy Nexus is equipped with AMOLED 4.65 inch screen with a 720p resolution
The Verizon version of Samsung Galaxy Nexus is very slender and light