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  • webmastir - Wednesday, November 30, 2011 - link

    really wish vzw would hurry the hell up with this. i'm hoping they announce something finally official tomorrow Reply
  • Noriaki - Wednesday, November 30, 2011 - link

    Your table says the HSPA+ model is 16G and the Verizon 4G is 32G. Is the HPSA+ available in 32G as well? is vague, it just says 32G storage. I didn't even realize a 16G was available.
  • Brian Klug - Wednesday, November 30, 2011 - link

    The UK variant on sale at a number of different resellers: is 16 GB. There's supposed to be 16/32 availability for both models, but at the present it's a bit confusing.

  • tyger11 - Wednesday, November 30, 2011 - link

    The table also says that's "ROM", not storage, though that could also be wrong. Reply
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  • horangl3e - Wednesday, November 30, 2011 - link

    I still think Verizon and Google totally fucked this one up and dropped the ball. They should have released it, at most, two weeks after it was announced? The hype is starting to die down and while its an amazing phone, making the US customers wait this much? And please dont use the oh its all Verizon's fault as Google and Samsung should grow a pair and start doing some real business and not take any BS from Verizon. Two gigantic multinational corporations can't haggle a good deal from one Wireless Carrier? Seriously? No even solid release date yet. WTF? Also they should've done it multi carrier instead of just Verizon. Thats defeating the whole purpose of the Nexus line IMO. Reply
  • bjrosen - Wednesday, November 30, 2011 - link

    We don't know who to blame for the delay, my money is on Samsung. The Verizon phone is a different phone from the UK phone, it uses CMDA + LTE, the UK phone uses the GSM + HSPA+ which is an older technology. Just because the UK phone is shipping doesn't mean that the Verizon phone is ready, it's entirely possible that the LTE chip isn't working yet. Reply
  • enginerd364 - Wednesday, November 30, 2011 - link

    I hate to suggest such an act, but given VZW's large push of the RAZR, I would think that they are trying to isolate it, assuming it has a higher profit margin. I am willing to bet that the RAZR costs less than both the Rezound and Galaxy Nexus, thus there is not much urge to push these devices during their high volume sales period. Then again, it could be manufacturing issues, but based on Google's expectation of a November launch, I am a little skeptical. Reply
  • Noriaki - Wednesday, November 30, 2011 - link

    Yeah, I've only seen 16G variants around. I'd really like a 32G HSPA+ variant when the time comes. Guess I'll just have to keep my eyes peeled as more places have them on sale.

  • Hackaro - Thursday, December 01, 2011 - link

    Hi Brian,

    thanks for the review, I'd just like to know a couple of things:

    1) the LTE networks (700 MHz (LTE), 800/1900 (1x/EvDO Rev.A/0) ) are the same of Europe standards?

    2) the LTE version works ALSO on the 3G networks (HSPA+)?

    thanks in advance :-)
  • dtm4trix - Thursday, December 01, 2011 - link

    I agree with a lot of the comments that they really fucked this up big time. When Apple announces a product, they set a date for release and there you go. You build the hype. Long lines form and you sell thousands up thousands of handsets a day. I feel that with all the hype around the Galaxy they could have done the same thing....but instead all we get is silence. Is that a new marketing strategy or something? I think something is/was really messed up and they announced too early. I hope now that google has acquired Motorola that the next Nexus phone will be from them. I also hope they learn something. When you have people waiting to throw their money at you, it's probably best not to keep them waiting. At the very least communicate. Reply
  • orionismud - Thursday, December 01, 2011 - link

    It's funny that I've been using 4.0.1 on my HD2 for a week already, and the Galaxy Nexus still isn't out yet. :D Reply
  • ItsaRaid - Saturday, December 03, 2011 - link

    I have Road Runner as a primary email, whats the native email app like on Nexus, does it have a select-all tButton? How about a undo button? is dumping trash simple, or manual with boxes and tedious.?

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