Verizon leaks Galaxy Nexus release date

A leaked Verizon roadmap on the Internet apparently shows the release date of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus as well as some other goodies.

Up until now it was expected that the device will debut until the end of 2011 but no date was specified.

According to the map the Galaxy Nexus will become available for purchase on November 21, 2011 though the sale could be web only.

The new device will become commercially available on Monday which is a bit strange, considering Verizon’s traditions, but it could also mean it launches during Black Friday week in the USA when millions of people are ready to shop.

Samsung Galaxy Nexus

Other devices that were mentioned on the roadmap include: HTC Rezound (14 November), Samsung Illusion (17 November), BlackBerry Curve 9370 (17 November), Casio G’zOne Ravine 2 (17 November), Verizon Adamant (1 December), LG Extravert (8 December), Moto 8″ Tablet and Moto 10″ Tablet (30 November) and ZTE Mobile Hotspot (1 December).

So far users can do nothing but wait.

Source: Ubergizmo

Related posts

Logitech Unveils Wireless Drum Controller for Guitar Hero

So you can really rock out to Guitar Hero® on the PLAYSTATION®3 (PS3) computer entertainment system, Logitech  today introduced the Logitech® Wireless Drum Controller for the PLAYSTATION 3 system. Licensed by Activision Publishing, Inc. , for the award-winning Guitar Hero franchise, the Wireless...

Crucial shows off 64 GB LRDIMM modules for servers

Crucial Technology has announced the company’s first LRDIMM (load-reduced dual-inline memory module) memory modules with the record capacity of 64 GB. The new memory allows users to populate twice as many memory banks and will power the next generation of servers. The 64 GB...

TP-Link debuts the world’s first 802.11ad router

TP-Link debuts the world’s first 802.11ad router

The provider of network equipment TP-Link has announced the new Talon AD7200 Wi-Fi router. The new company product happens to be the world’s first Wi-Fi device with support for the latest 802.11ad standard and as such it may be the fastest router the world has seen to date. The specs of the...

Leave a comment