The official release date for Verizon Galaxy Nexus is remain to be a mystery until right now. But we believed that it will come soon, at least before the end of 2011. Today, we will give you a short review about some news and rumor, related to this Ice Cream Sandwich Phone.
If you’re visit the Samsung Experience Store in New York, you’ll be able to see a Samsung Galaxy Nexus unit that connected to Verizon network. You can try the device to test the Android 4.1 performance but we suggest you not to try to open the back cover of this display item, because an alarm will suddenly turned on.
On the other part of the world, some owner of Samsung Galaxy Nexus (GSM Version) have received update to fix the volume issue. The update is named ITL41F and hasn’t reached out all owner yet.
There’s a youtube video that shows Samsung Galaxy Nexus hit 8-10 Mbps download speed and 2 Mbps upload speed on the speedtest.net. The device is managed to show that amazing performance, even only has two bar signal and work indoor.
Another version of Samsung Galaxy Nexus spotted on FCC. This version will work on GSM 850/1900 and WCDMA II/IV bands. Certainly, this one wouldn’t go to AT&T.
Some online reviewers already did a review on International version of Samsung Galaxy Nexus. The device is able to deliver fast pace performance, but they can’t conclude if this thing happen because of the processor or operating system. The 4.65 inch screen is not bigger than any other phone, because most of the bottom part is used for navigation button. Reviewers also couldn’t find any microSD card slot and constantly experience problem with face-unlock function.
Google release factory image of Samsung Galaxy Nexus. This image will restore the device to it’s original software. Pretty helpful for anyone who love to mess around with their device.
There’s a leaked image shows that Verizon Galaxy Nexus currently run on Android 4.1.
Rumor said that Verizon will release this ICS smartphone on December 8 or December 9.