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Galaxy Nexus confirmed for Verizon 4G LTE

Galaxy Nexus confirmed for Verizon 4G LTE

In an announcement that basically confirmed what everyone on earth already knew, Verizon let known that the Galaxy Nexus would be coming to the top carrier in the USA by the end of 2011. The date at which the device will be released OR put up for pre-sale is not yet known, but we can bet that the specs will be sticking from when we saw them first earlier this week in Hong Kong. The Galaxy Nexus is a Samsung device that will be Google's hero phone for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, an operating system that brings together functionality from both tablet and smartphone Android OS versions for one future system.

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Verizon 4G LTE adds over 20 new markets today, more next month

Verizon 4G LTE adds over 20 new markets today, more next month

Verizon's 4G LTE coverage is adding more than 20 new markets today and the company has scheduled another batch of markets to light up next month. In fact, with its next batch planned for November 17, Verizon will already surpass its original target of 175 markets by year-end. In contrast, AT&T's 4G LTE may only reach 15 markets by the end of the year.

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Verizon gets Galaxy Nexus exclusive (at first)

Verizon gets Galaxy Nexus exclusive (at first)

Up until last night, the rumor mill for the new Samsung device Galaxy Nexus was equaled only by the recently squashed notion of the iPhone 5 - all that's changed, but one point remains up in the air: will Verizon get the exclusive here in the USA? The answer appears to have come at first in a post from just a few hours ago showing the device complete with a Verizon 4G LTE logo emblazoned on the back of the device. So we're sure it's coming to Verizon, at least - then just moments ago we've been tipped by a mister Matthew D.L. about an answer he received to the same question we're asking here - will anyone else get this device, the first Android with Ice Cream Sandwich?

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Galaxy Nexus spotted with Verizon 4G LTE

Galaxy Nexus spotted with Verizon 4G LTE

Google and Samsung jointly announced last night the much anticipated Galaxy Nexus, which will be the first smartphone to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Although no particular carrier was mentioned for the device, it's long been rumored that Verizon opted out of the Samsung Galaxy S II to get first dibs on the Galaxy Nexus, and now it looks to be confirmed in a set of pictures from Google employee Romain Guy.

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Galaxy Nexus found on Verizon MAP for November 10 at $299

Galaxy Nexus found on Verizon MAP for November 10 at $299

It appears that there's a rat in the house at Verizon, vermin just loving the idea of letting loose some key information on future products via a MAP which includes not only the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, but a device by the name of HTC Rezound as well. These two devices will be released on the 10th of November if this little chart is to be believed, and both of them will be priced at $299.99 right out of the gate. Judging by the rest of the items on the chart, it appears that this price may well be the price ON a 2-year contract - but of course it's the name that counts the most, isn't it - Galaxy Nexus. Sounds kinda tasty, doesn't it?

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Samsung Nexus Prime reportedly detailed: Verizon LTE

Samsung Nexus Prime reportedly detailed: Verizon LTE

The Samsung Nexus Prime, aka the Galaxy Nexus expected to be revealed at the company's event next Tuesday, has apparently been detailed as an Ice Cream Sandwich Verizon exclusive. The 9mm-thick device will have a 4.65-inch 1280 x 720 Super AMOLED HD curved glass display, BGR's source tells them, but rather than one of Samsung's own Exynos processors will instead run Texas Instrument's 1.2GHz OMAP 4460 dual-core Cortex A9 paired with 1GB of RAM.

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The Nexus Android Lollipop upgrade: winners & losers

The Nexus Android Lollipop upgrade: winners & losers

Nexus owners, get ready for an upgrade. Google has announced that most Nexus devices will soon be getting the upgrade to Android Lollipop, and while they didn’t come right out and say which would and wouldn’t get Lollipop officially, we’ve got a good idea. Via the Android Developer’s page from Google, we see the factory image postings for all Nexus devices. The usual suspects you’d expect to get the update are there, but some notable exceptions are raising some eyebrows.

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Nexus 6 will have AT&T apps – sort of

Nexus 6 will have AT&T apps – sort of

The AT&T release of the Nexus 6 will have AT&T apps - but not right out of the box. Instead, according to an AT&T representative, the Nexus 6 as carried by AT&T will download AT&T apps the first time you connect to the Google Play app store. Every single one of these apps will be able to be un-installed if you wish. This is a new feature with Android 5.0 Lollipop - the ability to push carrier downloads to your device through the Google Play app store.

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iPhone 6 may have “secure element” for mobile payments

iPhone 6 may have “secure element” for mobile payments

One of the biggest drawbacks of the iPhone is the inability to pay for things via mobile. There’s no NFC capabilities in iOS, and it’s not clear if that’s on the way or not (though some believe it is). A new report suggests Apple is working with various credit card companies to hammer out a mobile payment option for future devices, and it could be the most secure method available.

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