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Pardon us a minute while we read way too much into something. The screen you see here is what indirect Verizon retailers -- as in not a corporate-branded store -- now see to order their own Samsung Galaxy Nexus stock. And note that it says Samsung Galaxy Nexus, not Samsung Nexus Prime, which reappeared on a Best Buy flyer first posted in our Galaxy Nexus forums last night.

Point is, it's still coming to Verizon ... eventually ... and we're still expecting it to be the Galaxy Nexus. Probably.

Thanks, anon!

 

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Indirect Verizon retailers free to order the ... Galaxy Nexus

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So... let's order one. Where'd this photo come from? I don't care where I buy it, just want it in my hands a month ago!

Don't indirects allow pre-orders even though they themselves have no launch date? Sadly doesn't really mean much in the grand scheme of things.

Looks wider and not as "rounded", the front facing camera also looks a little different. Could just be the way they squeezed the phone into the pic.

Looks wider and not as "rounded", the front facing camera also looks a little different. Could just be the way they squeezed the phone into the pic.

The LTE GNexus is a little bigger than its GSM counterpart. The LTE radio is larger and the battery is also a tad bigger because LTE is such a hog.

But none of this matters because VZW is NEVER going to make it available to us. By the time it finally gets to market, the specs are going to be garbage compared with other phones and no one except people like us are going to buy it.

Verizon really screwed the proverbial pooch on this one.

It's not life or death. It really honestly doesn't bother me, but maybe it does, a little, but the companies behind these releases are ultimate idiots when it comes to marketing. You randomly announce to your followers, maybe through a webpage or image banner, that a highly desirable product is coming, never officially announce the release date or actual name, and do not play the waves of positive reviews coming in. The product and marketing teams should be riding this sooooo hard. The industry is a multi-billion dollar industry, and it's theirs for the taking.

Step your game up. :)