This week may not have been incredibly packed with news in the mobile world, but it was still easy to miss a few stories here and there. Here's some of the other stuff that happened in the wide world of wireless for the week of January 2, 2012:
Samsung Galaxy Nexus coming to Rogers, Fido and Telus


The Galaxy Nexus has been available on Bell and Virgin Mobile for nearly a month now, and other Canadian carriers are jumping on the bandwagon as well. Telus tweeted out a statement that the flagship device will be available on January 13th, and Samsung Canada sent out a tweet mentioning that it's coming out on Rogers the same day. We've also heard from several other carriers, such as Fido, WIND, Videotron, and Mobilicity, that the Nexus is "coming soon" to their stores. [The Verge, MobileSyrup]

LG Connect 4G MS840 leaked for MetroPCS


The LG Connect 4G MS840 for MetroPCS was leaked. It appears to be a mid-range LTE phone that will debut on the regional carrier and is reported to be on the menu for Verizon as the VS840 and Sprint as the LS840. From the leaked specs, the Connect should have a 4-inch WVGA NOVA display, 5MP rear camera, VGA front-facing cam, dual-core processor of unknown speed and 1GB RAM. [PocketNow]

HTC rumored to bring two quad-core phones to MWC 2012

We know, we know -- we're just getting started with CES 2012, and the rumors about the upcoming MWC are already flying. This week's rumor involves HTC's plans; the manufacturer's certainly going to have a presence at the show, no doubt, but Digitimes reports that two quad-core devices are in the works (the HTC Edge as well as another mystery handset) and should be making their presence known there. There's no official confirmation on the story at this point. [Stuff, Digitimes]

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