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Verizon Galaxy Nexus Getting Ice Cream Sandwich?

If you’re a Verizon subscriber with a Galaxy Nexus, it looks like your Android 4.0.4 update could have already been pushed down to your device. While there is no official announcement, Droid-Life has apparently broken the news in which a Verizon employee’s screen outed the update along with yesterday’s date. Let us know if you get some Ice Cream Sandwich goodness.

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Google Offering Unlocked GSM Galaxy Nexus For Sale on Google Play

This is exciting!

The original Nexus One was an experiment in selling directly to consumers, and is largely considered to be a sales flop. Google apparently spent the Nexus S year licking its wounds, but now it’s back.

New Nexus. New Web store (Google Play). New Low off-contract price.

The Galaxy Nexus can be yours for the low low price of $399. Completely unlocked and ready for duty on either AT&T or T-Mobile. That’s an incredible price for a cutting-edge phone which wont tie you down with a two year contract.

Hell, for the price this ALMOST makes sense to buy as a fancy media player without cell phone service…

GSM Galaxy Nexus on Google Play

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Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus Coming to Sprint on April 22nd

If you’re a Sprint customer that felt a bit left-out-in-the-cold after reading Juan’s review of the Galaxy Nexus, fear not–Samsung’s flagship Android handset will be arriving on April 22nd. Featuring a 1.2 GHz dual core processor, gorgeous 4.65″ Super AMOLED display, LTE speeds and Android 4.0, the Galaxy Nexus is enough to make even Apple fanboys weep–and Sprint customers need only wait six more days to get their hands on one. The phone will sell for $199 (on a 2 year contract), and you can check out all of the details after the jump…

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Samsung Offering Extended Battery with Purchase of Galaxy Nexus!

So, you want a Galaxy Nexus, but you’re worried that the combination of large 720p screen and LTE data will kill your battery life.

Worry no longer, as Samsung is offering an extended battery with the purchase of a Galaxy Nexus starting TODAY! The promotion runs through May 10th, and people who purchase a Nexus through Samsung Direct will¬†receive¬†a 2100mAh battery with the extended back plate. This should allow for a couple of hours of extra run time–and if you need more than that, you should probably start looking at external solutions

Full details, with links on where to buy, after the jump!

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Galaxy Nexus Coming to Sprint…and You Can Win One!

I’ve known for a while that Sprint was going to get the Galaxy Nexus, but I’ve been under NDA.

It would seem that the cat is now officially out of the bag!

To celebrate the Nexus’ arrival (and to help introduce their new LTE 4G network), Sprint will be giving away 30 Galaxy Nexus phones in a daily giveaway.

I’ll be very excited to get my hands on one, as data caps were one of my least favorite aspects of using the Verizon Nexus.

More info on Sprint’s Official Contest Page.

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Sprint Galaxy Nexus Registration Page is Now Live

Sprint is getting the Samsung Galaxy Nexus too–and if you’re interested in getting one, Sprint has just launched their registration page for Google’s latest flagship phone model and you can click here to make sure you’re in the queue. We’ll have our full review of the Galaxy Nexus later this week…so make sure you check back.

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Happy Galaxy Nexus Day!

We told you about Samsung’s latest flagship handset back in October–and today the first device bearing Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) finally hits the streets. The Galaxy Nexus is available at Verizon Wireless retail stores (as well as verizonwireless.com) for $299 on a 2 year contract.

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Galaxy Nexus. Simple, beautiful, beyond smart

The title of this post is what Google is calling the Galaxy Nexus. Announced Wednesday, the Nexus features beautiful new hardware along with some great new enhancements courtesy of Android OS 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). Check out this video promoting the new features:

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