Samsung and Google’s Galaxy Nexus arriving after Black Friday?
Yet another Galaxy Nexus leak was posted on the internet. This time, the document is claiming that Samsung’s new flagship device, the Samsung Google Galaxy Nexus, will arrive after Black Friday in United States.
Apparently, the Galaxy Nexus (Nexus Prime) is scheduled to hit the UK market on November 17 — so if this rumor is true, then it is highly possible that the device will debut in Europe and Asia first before USA — the similar strategy used by Samsung with its popular Galaxy S II smartphone.
The Samsung Google Galaxy Nexus Verizon Wireless variant will be equipped with Long Term Evolution technology, which theoretically supports faster data internet connection compared to the global Galaxy Nexus smartphone version with the HSPA+ 3G connectivity.
If the leaked Verizon Wireless holiday roadmap is accurate, then the Motorola Droid Razr may get more customers because the phone is reportedly set to arrive on November 10, more than a week ahead of the rumored Galaxy Nexus launch. The Droid Razr is one of the much-anticipated Android smartphones (Q4 2011) due to the Motorola’s promise to bring Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich early next year, and of course, the phone’s thinner and sturdy profile.
HTC Rezound is also included in the leaked list, and if the document is true, then the Rezound will arrive shortly after the Droid Razr’s launch. The Droid Razr and the HTC Rezound are equipped with Verizon’s 4G Long Term Evolution data technology, and the smartphones are pre-installed with Android Gingerbread 2.3 running custom skin on top of the original user interface.
For starters, the Samsung Google Galaxy Nexus is the first Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich device, skin-less, and featuring new enhancements like face unlock, zero shutter lag, more polished user interface and support for high definition touchscreen size.
See the leaked roadmap by hitting the source link below.
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