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Verizon-branded, LTE-enabled Galaxy Nexus confirmed in official Google video

Darren Murph
November 17, 2011
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Say, what's this? A 4G LTE-enabled Galaxy Nexus with a Verizon Wireless logo on the back? Certainly is, and it's being discovered this morning in a series of overview / getting started videos hosted up on Google's own YouTube channel. There's still no word on when this guy's hitting store shelves, but at least the whole "maybe it's vaporware!" thing is now firmly in the past. As if it were ever in the present. Head on past the break to get yourself worked into an even zanier lather.

Update: In case these promo videos weren't enough, the official specifications list for the LTE Galaxy Nexus has been published!

[Thanks, Matt]

































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