Although in the international market the alternative version of Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus has already made its debut the people of United States are still looking for the CDMA version of the aforementioned smartphone from Verizon. According to Scoop the Korean tech giant has already shipped the Galaxy Nexus and the CDMA version of the handset with Verizon will be available from the coming Friday 9th, 2011. Verizon announced that they would be releasing the CDMA version of the Galaxy Nexus in the very end of the year 2011. Later some source said that the handset will be available in $ 199 with a two-year contract scheme.
The people of United States are very exciting about the release of the Galaxy Nexus because officially it is the first smartphone which is running on Android’s latest Ice-Cream Sandwich Operating System, releasing in United States. Android is believed to make many significant changes and updates and improvements in the operating system in the latest Ice-Cream Sandwich version.
The aforesaid smartphone is designed with 4.65 inch AMOLED screen display with 1270 x 720 resolution. The device is powered by .2GHz dual core OMAP 4460 processor. The memory specification is 1GB of RAM and an option of 16GB or 32GB of internal storage. The 5 mega pixel primary camera with CMOS sensor and 1.3 mega pixel secondary camera come with the handset. The dual camera feature supports video calling.
According to the leaked informations each of the Verizon stores will receive at least 15 Samsung Galaxy Nexus in a different manner than before. It seems that the difference in receiving process has been made to prevent leaks.
Stores are not allowed to display or sell any of the Galaxy Nexus before 9th December 2011. However, let us just wait and watch.