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Samsung's Galaxy Nexus launches in November on NTT Docomo, Verizon, and more

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On stage at Samsung and Google's joint event they've finally confirmed launch (November) and one carrier (NTT Docomo) for the Galaxy Nexus superphone with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The leaks let us know it's coming to Verizon too, and its pentaband with AWS and HSPA+ means it will play nicely with AT&T and T-Mobile once it's released as well. It's over and we're still without any additional carrier announcements, exact release dates or pricing, but you can relive all the glory in our liveblog here.

Update: You can add Three UK to the official list, we'll keep an eye out if any others pop up. [via Android Central]

Update 2: Throw one more European carrier in the mix, as Vodafone has informed us they'll also offer Samsung and Google's finest next month.

Update 3: You can add O2 to that list of European carriers, too.

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