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Samsung Galaxy Nexus Page Goes Semi-Live, Mentions Verizon

Been wanting to see the backside of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus before it is announced tonight? One of our readers cruised over to Samsung’s site just a minute ago and searched for the device just to see what would happen. The screenshot above is what happened. Now, the actual page for it is not live yet, but we do at least get a beautiful shot of the back and side.

Update: I clearly overlooked this, but that is what our amazing readers are for. The site says “from Verizon” which is a pretty good indicator that they may have that exclusive few weeks after all.

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  • Anonymous

    Those bezels are huge on this device.

  • Dirkbenedick

    I’m sorry, BUT DO YOUR JOB OR GET A REAL JOB.  I read all sorts of blogs, but you have nothing, but contributor’s scoops.  You do a service on the backs of others.

  • Is that really the picture…cuz the “something big is coming” teaser makes the phone look A LOT more curved.

  • UncagedChipmunk

    Has anyone else noticed that the backing looks removable? Possibly a removable battery to go with that…one can hope.

  • Anonymous

    Just got an e-mail from Verizon Wireless telling me I am eligible for an upgrade and I can get the Droid Charge to $199.99.  I thought about it.  Kidding 🙂

  • LEak
  • Christianpeso

    Video over on engadget!!!

  • hatethanet

    It’s all about function over form for me. I don’t care if the RAZR looks flashier. With the bigger, higher res screen, ICS, timely updates, LTE, and Samsung’s most recent track record with the GS2 (versus Moto’s recent track record with the Bionic), the Nexus is number 1 on my list.

  • speed

    Also Checkout this IT Course……http://www.theitcourse.com

  • Anonymous

    galaxy nexus video now available on endgadget guys

  • Watcher

    Have we considered that these photos may be placeholders only? Would Samsung tip their hand like that?

  • Anybody else notice no 4G or LTE markings?

  • Rob

    I have been waiting on this phone, the way normal people weight on a child.

  • Anonymous

    threw this together in ms paint. seems much thinner.

  • Dave

    Giiiivvvveee me!

  • I can hardly contain myself

  • Asdf

    and galaxy prime

  • Anonymous

    What did I tell you guys…is this the charge 2 or what, lol.

  • joejoe509

    I don’t see how you could think this looks like the Droid Charge. I mean… maybe a Samsung family resemblance but this definitely looks like it’s from the Galaxy line. NO question.

    • LiterofCola

      exactly

  • Wait it pulls up Nexus Prime AND Galaxy Nexus!

    http://img593.imageshack.us/img593/3941/nexusprime.png

    • joejoe509

      Nah. It still says “Galaxy Nexus from Verizon”. Search engine takes you to the same page.

      • Oh I see… but says Nexus Prime up top.  Didn’t read that.

  • Anonymous

    Want.

  • Niemeyer_18

    It may be a beast, but it isnt that pretty…

  • So its official that’s what ice cream sandwich will look like, and there wont be any touchwiz skin on it?

  • Vaporware

    Its funny how people were blasting the Razr for “looking like every other Moto phone” and this thing looks like every Samsung phone thats been out since the beginning of 2010. Its getting to the point you cant even tell some of Samsungs apart from any other Samsung. Why aren’t we plasting Samsung for the same design over and over?

  • Anonymous

    Did you visit the “Galaxy Nexus” page yet?
    Oh god. That name is pretty much official now… Damn. I like the Prime

    • Samsung.com also pulls up Nexus Prime

      • Anonymous

        The biggest mystery at this event is the name…

        • Anonymous

          Maybe not.  I am thinking VZW didn’t get a Galaxy S2 so maybe the “Galaxy Nexus” name is reserved for Verizon, and the “Nexus Prime” will be the name released on the other carriers since they have already released a major “Galaxy” phone recently.  Not sure why they would do that, so it makes perfect business sense lol.  

  • Zxc

    Wow, what happened to the curved glass from the “something big is coming” poster? This thing is flat (and kind of fat)!

  • Corthney

    all i need to know is the type of screen quality it will have, 4g, hdmi port and how fast it will take pictures. because i am definitly assuming the razr is still going to take the same slow ass pictures as the bionic just because its still motorla but i want a bigger screen thought too

    • Super AMOLED HD.

    • Anonymous

      MHL capable micro USB. Basically HDMI over USB. Claims remote for HDTv will control some aspectsof the phone while mirroring. For example the volume on the remote controlling phone volume

  • Brian Wenger

    Sprint please………

  • nxusnow

    its whats under the hood that matters, although the backside is rather bland

  • Anonymous

    typical.  all the guys here are already judging this beauty after seeing its rear end. 

    • Anonymous

      but thats we guys do.. we are more interested in what the rear has to offer.

      • shdowman

        WRONG….I am more interested in the swiping and bouncing of icons up front…

        (I just lost IQ points there..)

  • Gonna wait till i see al the reviews 1st before I seriously consider it.

  • Xhaxol

    the bottom lip looks different than the other pics we have seen, it looks like the glass stops and there is still some lip, like the thunderbolt. I dont like that. 

    • nxusnow

      phones and lips dont go well together

  • John Mozelewski

    omg  i just searched it and it does say verizon on the samsung website holy sheit im so happy right now!!! omg

  • Anonymous

    This phone has the notification light on the bottom of the device right? I think i remember reading that somewhere. If its true it will be just like the nexus one.

  • Anonymous

    There is no 4G logo stamped on this phone?

  • Anonymous

    Verizon may get but.. DEV PHONES NOT EXCLUSIVE TO ANY CARRIER! Not Verizon. not skynet not Jesus himself.

    • Anonymous

      That’s OK…. It will mean more developers working on roms!

  • jose cardona

    OMG 304958409 n34908u c890&A(*C%& W$)(^*********%&()#@$&*()5

  • Anonymous

    IMMA BUYIN MA RAZR!!!!!! Just kidding I prefer vanilla Android and MHL over a micro HDMI port.

  • Theeohiostate

    does someone have the link to where i can watch this unveiling at?

    • Anonymous

       www.youtube.com/android

      • Theeohiostate

        thank you kind sir

  • This phone doesn’t look nearly as nice as the RAZR. It’s definitely less busy, but the RAZR definitely has it. Hell, I could have designed the G-Nex. Hope the RAZR is as fast as the Nexus, and will get ICS in the very near future.

  • John Mozelewski

    If verizon messes this up im moving to apple if i gotta have locked bootloader i should just get apple product and jailbreak it

  • HELL YES, not 1, not 2, not 3 Verizon logos. WINNING !!

  • Ahsan

    Sexy.

  • Anonymous

    That back looks a bit plasticy, like most of Samsung’s stuff. I was hoping for an aluminum casing, but, meh, aluminum is Moto’s bag, and I’m all but finished with their BS.

    • joejoe509

      It could be aluminum. But I’m fine with plastic anyway. Sure, it’s not the nicest feeling material, but it stands up to abuse pretty well.

  • I was thinking that you know how everyone thinks the power button is on the same side as the dock connector? Maybe that is a dedicated camera button and the power button is on the top.  Just a thought.

  • Watcher

    I like it… the curve was freaking me out some. Can’t wait to check the Razr, Nexus and Rezound (not a lot of hope that this one will prevail) side by side each other.

  • Is it just me, or does this look different than the leaked “official” photos from Japan this morning?  Might just be because the photo from earlier wasn’t the clearest photo ever, though…

  • King Kong

    I think the Razr design tops this actually.

    • Anonymous

      Luckily it’s not the design that’s important.

  • John

    that’s 1 sexy bitch

  • TACHOmaNBOI

    LOL @ all the “Imma get a RAZR now” comments.  As soon as tonights event is over everybody will forget about the RAZR.

    Mind you, still going to give both a fair chance when I choose.  I’ll let you guys review them first. =)

    • Q

      Fandroids are fickle 🙂

      • shdowman

        We have more than one phone to choose from. We are fickle, because we CAN be. 😉

    • Anonymous

       I hope that turns out to be true.. that there are some mind blowing features in ICS that’ll me swing me back toward this device.. but until then.. I’m looking at razr.

  • I dunno why I just got a bad feeling.  Verizon will mess this up.  I just know it….I was so excited too.

    • Anonymous

      Yeah, pretty worried there’s some “catch” here with this… locked bootloader, worse specs than the “real” global Nexus etc…  I don’t understand the 5MP camera when the GS II has the same 8MP one that’s in the 4S for one – newer phone has worse specs? Makes no sense.

      • Anonymous
        • Anonymous

          I’m aware that MP isn’t everything, but seriously, is anyone saying the iPhone 4S’s camera isn’t better than the 4?  That’s what this is here I assume – the G Nex has the old 5MP one that the iPhone 4 has…

  • partidroid

    Thats it?! This better be a beast to make up for that fugly design.

    • I disagree with you on that one – I think it looks great.

    • Anonymous

       didn’t you read the earlier droid-life article about how the benchmarks were too low?

      • Anonymous

        Yeah, I’m not trusting those yet. For starters, we know nothing about what stage of development the phone was even in at the time of testing.

  • Ray

    have I told you how much I love Droid-Life i mean seriously group hug (no homo)

    • Anonymous

      No homo bro?

  • nxusnow

    im just too excited

  • Kinda blah, glad I didn’t wait

  • LiterofCola

    Now this is what a flagship device should look like

  • Anonymous

    Are you guys sure you want this? I mean ICS WILL come to the razr either officially or unofficially.
    the gpu on this device is disappointing to say the least. 

    • Anonymous

      it has the same processor as the razr so what makes the razr any different?

      • Anonymous

         Lack of ICS.. which I am concerned could be buggy (remember Honeycomb on Xoom?.. and stock UI of android.. which is not very appealing.. that green messenger icon sticks out like a sore thumb)

        • Anonymous

          So it’s the same processor so you will take a skinned ui that is most likely more buggy and won’t get updates anywhere near as fast.

          • Anonymous

            Motorola is not too shabby with updates.. plus.. the new motoblur on the bionic is not buggy at all… so it doesn’t seem a time and tested gingerbread with new motoblur will be buggy. Just saying…
            also, don’t forget the benchmarks on this device weren’t impressive.. the camera is 5 MP..(yes yes, it’s not all about MP).. plus, from what I understand.. the gpu is from an older generation.

          • Anonymous

            No the rezound has the older gpu. This has the omap 4460 which would put it the same if not better than the bionic.

    • LiterofCola

      Yeah, but the design of the Razr is disappointing to say the least.  That god-awful hump on the top sticks out like all hell

  • I am a Verizon customer so I am of course happy a Nexus device is finally coming to Verizon.  But at the same time this exclusivity with phones is bullcrap!!

  • Tearminx

    😉 It’s about time Verizon got some nexus love

  • Anonymous

    The Galaxy Nexus…it’s so bad!

  • joejoe509

    I like it! It’s not as crazy, stylish looking at the RAZR, but I kinda like that. This is reserved and less “look at me!!”. This should look good for years to come. This is the “sleeper” of the mobile world.

  • Eric

    Not very impressed with the looks. Hopefully the rumored specs stay the same or get better.

  • Q

    It seems like this phone’s main draw will be ICS.  Aesthetically, it looks very boring.  The RAZR seems like it’s a much better constructed device.

    I am disappoint.

    • Anonymous

      I think Google thought all about OS for this phone, for the RAZR Moto thought all about hardware. I guess it comes down to which you’re going to prefer: The latest and greatest software on a phone optimized for it (thought not necessarily the highest specs) or a phone with a lot of emphasis on the physical construction running yesterday’s software (Edit: I should add, I’m pretty sure the RAZR doesn’t beat the G-Nex’s hardware, it’s more the design of the phone where Moto put their umph). I’m in it for the G-Nex, though I will admit I was more impressed with the RAZR than I expected to be.

    • Anonymous

      Its not the design of the phone that matters. Being a Nexus that is not locked down is along with ICS.

  • viewthis66

    i will be glued to the screen starting at 6:45 waiting to hear all about this beauty…

  • Jojo

    i’ve only ever felt this excitement when i waited for my droid x…and now history repeats itself. glad i didn’t buy into a tbolt or bionic. suckers!!!

    • +1. While the other phones are good, something great had to catch my eye to drop my Droid X.

  • Paticao

    for those concerned about ICS bugs:
    i’m pretty sure that it will have bugs
    but im also pretty sure that the bugs will be fixed much faster than the ones on the razr

    • Anonymous

      Everything has some sort of bug. I am excited to see how quickly we get updates with this thing.

  • That doesn’t look curved at all.

  • Mwegehaupt10

    Its not the cpu that is outdated, its the GPU. I am extremely disappointed..It has the same GPU that was in the Galaxy S. Although it is clock twice as fast but its still old and out of date. And from the picture above, it doesn’t look extremely thin. Why is that the Razr is way thinner than this phone? Or better yet… why is the Galaxy S II better spec’d than this phone?

    Makes one wonder…

  • trumpet444

    If only that back was brushed aluminum and not plastic like it probably is. That’s okay though, I’ll just get a case made of steel

  • Anonymous

    razr has got me sold with the ultra thin design, light weight, smartapps, motocast and the newer blur.. which seems pretty nice actually. 

  • The curvature seems much less pronounced than in the teaser video. Oh well.

  • Anonymous

    It almost looks like the top is wider than the bottom? I sure hope not. This looks more like a Droid Charge than the Nexus S 🙁

  • NEXUS PLZ

    Is there a link to the live blog?

    • Anonymous

       i think it is youtube.com/android

  • Anonymous

    What are the buttons on the left and on the right for? One is volume and the other? (prolly missed that post already..)

    • Mike Wadsten

      Left is volume rocker, right is power button

      • Anonymous

        err right thanks. Thought maybe power but that still seems weird to me.

    • Nav

      probably power button

  • CornBread

    Hummm..looks alittle different…don’t suppose to have more of a curved screen from the side view? Maybe its just me…but base on early shots I’ve seen here last week…this one looks different.

  • Matthew Rosidivito

    Aw yeah…

  • FortitudineVincimus

    I started to read some stuff that has me kind of down on their supposed choice to use of a 2007 technology dual 1.2 CPU.. they use a better CPU setup on their SGII then this “new” Nexus

  • Hmmm it doesn’t look as CURVY as the teaser picture we saw 2 weeks ago. 

  • Dustin Arnow

    Here is a link to the search page so you know its not a fake:  http://www.samsung.com/us/function/search/espsearchResult.do?input_keyword=galaxy+nexus&keywords=galaxy+nexus

  • Anonymous

    it looks like a grey Nexus S with the camera and flash in the middle

  • Anonymous

    I’m pumped, but one thing that just stood out to me: why the green messenger icon?!! Phone and internet icons are appropriately ICS “blue,” but not the messenger, that couldn’t be skinned to match? Come on!

    • Right? 

    • Anonymous

      Who cares? I’ll just be replacing it with the GVoice icon.

      Wait, you’re saying my preference doesn’t dictate what’s good or bad? I disagree.

      • Anonymous

        Whoa, not trying to say anything about your preference. I’m just saying that in their attempt to make a more polished UI, Google seems to have left some glaring inconsistencies. I could care less what you change your icons to be, but the default, stock ones should be consistent. Why they would think to theme some stock icons to match the ICS blue theme and not others is beyond me. But you go ahead and do whatever you want and enjoy it.

        • Anonymous

          I was just being a smart ass; no worries.

  • Warden Chinbach

    I’m 8 and when I saw this my weiner started peeing this white sticky stuff. Should I call a doctor?

    • No my son, this is called puberty. You need to go to the store asap and buy a razor, shaving cream, and some deodorant. Life is about to get very complicated.

    • Anonymous

      there’s a line… and you just crossed it

    • Granted

      Haha! Ah, my kind of humor. Thank you, that was entertaining.

  • I dunno – I kind of like the Razr.  I have been playing with the Droid Bionic and the typing is far superior to any other Android phone I have used – which has been one of my biggest complaints about Android phones.  Droid Charge has only ok typing, which is my best available indicator of the GN.  Anyone concerned that ICS might be buggy?  When Honeycomb launched on the Xoom, it didn’t seem ready for prime time.

    • Anonymous

      yep.. that’s my concern.. that ICS could be buggy.. plus, I have never liked the stock android UI
      The RAZR will be my very first MOTO Droid

  • holy crap that is sexy. so much for the razr.

    • Anonymous

      Holy crap more trolling from you.

  • It actually Looks kinda like my Droid Charge from the back

  • Tabe

    Meh. Not as cool looking as I had hoped. Looks pretty much like an SII. Pretty plain. Still pumped though!

    • Anonymous

      Maybe it will look better in person? I don’t really like the camera, it looks odd. From this picture I think the Nexus S was much sexier. Although I would have bought this phone no matter what it looked like.

    • I agree with you on this. I thought the backside would look much sexier than this. Looks pretty banal to me, but this is still my next device.

    • Sputnick

      I just care that the device is beautiful on the screen and works well.  Could care less about the back … it’s going to be covered with a protective case anyway.

  • EC8CH

    no sim car slot on either side, so it must have a removable back and thus a removable battery

    • shdowman

      and thus an sd card slot…

      • No SD card slot… no HMDI port and oddly the headphone jack is on the bottom of the phone.

        It does have a removable battery though.

        • shdowman

          No SD slot is kind of a ridiculous approach nowadays. Why they keep doing this is completely beyond me.

          As for HDMI, do some reading on Samsung’s solution using the micro usb. 😉 It had better be here or I will kick a puppy….

  • For those of you looking for it, the page is not available (custom 404), but you can see the above search result here:

    http://www.samsung.com/us/function/search/espsearchResult.do?input_keyword=nexus+prime&keywords=nexus+prime

    • Stephen

      This link leads to the Nexus Prime, and then says in the description Galaxy Nexus from Verizon….weird

  • Korntoff

    I can’t get over that goddamned camera icon. All the pictures have it in it, how long will this haunt us? Google is sure to do away with that abomination soon enough.

    • Anonymous

       welcome to stock android

      • Korntoff

        Oh please. I’ve been running AOSP on my HD2 for as long as it’s been available, and the icons have always been pleasant.

  • Anonymous

    now imagine this with Verizon’s ugly logo up top. 

  • Anonymous

    the bezel looks much smaller to me here. I like it.

    • EC8CH

      agreed… lower bezel looks much reduced.

  • Anonymous

    The back is kind of ugly

    • EC8CH

      I’d say plain, but not ugly.

      very Nexus 1 esque

      • Anonymous

        Yes that is the word I was looking for

      • Anonymous

        I think both the Nexus 1 and S look better.

  • partidroid

    This phone looked alot sexier before, what happened?

    • Anonymous

      If graphic designers made the phone shells, then it is possible.

      Earlier a render was shown.

  • OG Droid

    Aww a picture of my next new phone!!!

    • Anonymous

      Uh, excuse me, I think you meant my new phone. 🙂

      • pezjono

        Now now children! You can both share the phones together. Now give it to me while you both go into time out!

        • Anonymous

          NEVER! *drops smoke pellet and runs away pretending to be Batman*

          • pezjono

            I… I just don’t know what to do about this…

          • Anonymous

            arkham city!!!!!!!!!

          • Anonymous

            I’ve been playing it for a couple of hours now, quite a fun game. 

          • Granted

            Oh, it has already outdone the masterpiece that was the first one. And I’ve barely cracked the story.

    • OG Droid
      • Anonymous

        “This video is private. Sorry about that.”

        • OG Droid

          Sorry, they just had it posted. Showed the phone at all sides; UI looks really smooth. It was about a 5 minute clip of a guy messing around with the widgets and the camera. The camera took pics really quick, no lag at all; pics done as soon as the button was hit.

    • palomosan

      That’s not the design I was hoping for, it looks like every other SGII around.

  • Aa

    sexy

  • Anonymous

    I am guessing the bump at the bottom is to accomodate the LTE radio.. if that is true.. then the razr is better designed to have the radio at the top.

    • Mannysaurus

      The bezel at the bottom is rumored to be where you swipe to show/hide the forward/home/menu button. As for you leaning towards RAZR because of the UI; I’m more of a performance person. My phone can have 100MHz with 256MB of RAM with a meh UI but still be extremely fast and I’d be content with it. If I have a 1.2GHz phone with a great UI that lags hardcore, I’d be raging at that phone company.

      • Anonymous

        Why are you bringing up a slow UI?  Neither phone has a slow UI, by any stretch of the imagination.

    • Anonymous

      The bump is present in the Nexus S and it does not have an LTE radio

      http://rhuno.com/flashblog/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/google_nexus_s_1.jpg

      Regardless of whether the radio is there or not it doesn’t make a difference in signal strength.

    • Anonymous

      The bump is primarily for the ports and antenna on samsung devices, camera on Moto devices.

  • Anonymous

    Now that is a sexy phone.

  • I’m legit excited for technology.  Makes me question if my priorities are in line haha

  • Anonymous

    somehow I am swayed toward the RAZR now. I mean who knows what kinda bugs ICS has… plus the UI is meh
     

    • asgaroth

      Well we all know what kind of bugs the razr will have as soon as it hits the shelves. Just look at the bugs list for the bionic. Have some faith in the galaxy nexus ics will be one tasty treat.

      • 1977sjr

        Hmmm, since you know of these “bugs”, how about sharing them?  You must already own a Razr?  And no, I’m not a Moto fan boy.  These types of comments just make me shake my head.

      • Anonymous

        I doubt you own a Bionic, well I do and aside from the camera focus issue and some flaky 3G/4G handoff it’s really a solid phone, any other bugs are very minor.

  • Keith Norris

    I just want to see it in action

  • Getting pumped!!!

  • FLandroid

    Fingers crossed…

  • Anonymous

    Like the RAZR, only thicker and far more awesome.

    • EC8CH

      Excellent summary

    • Let’s hope the back is aluminum, as speculated. That would at least make it feel better, even if it is now losing some of its anticipated aesthetic appeal.

      • Anonymous

        I could be made of cardboard for all I care. Anything’s better than my current OG Droid.

        • Anonymous

          You take that back!

          All hail the Sean Connery Droid!

          • shdowman

            Suck it Trebek!

          • Anonymous

            Sorry. Let me refrase that: Anything Google experience is better than my current OG Droid.

      • Sputnick

        Why does that matter?  Don’t you use a protective case?  Besides, football helmets are made of plastic and desktop handsets from Cisco and Avaya are made from a very durable plastic.  Just curious and I’m not trying to be a smartass….to each their own.

        • Anonymous

          I think most people ( or at least those care enough about smartphones to be on a site such as this) appreciate the fact that modern day smartphones are cutting edge mobile computers and treat them as such.  In other words, they’re careful with them.

          As far as I’m concerned, using a protective case means you’re either overly cautious, carelessly reckless, or both.

          In terms of plastic, there’s nothing wrong with it, per say.  It’s just that it tends to make a phone (or anything else for that matter) seem cheaper than it really is.  Especially if the plastic is of the glossy variety, which Samsung seems overly fond of using.  Not to mention the glossier plastic being a veritable fingerprint magnet.  Aluminum (or other premium material) construction lends a sense of premium, quality, and solidness.

          • Sputnick

            I have an OG Droid and I am more appreciative of the display, what the device can do, and gorilla glass.  I don’t mind the aluminum housing but it does get dented and the paint gets scuffed.  The battery cover got slightly bent…so it makes the phone look like it’s gone through more wear and tear than it really has.  My friends have Galaxy phones and it being plastic didn’t hinder my opinion of the device at all nor did it look worn as mine does….noting that their phones are newer of course.  My point is you can achieve premium build quality with plastic and it doesn’t matter to me.  But again, to each their own.  As for cases…well accidents happen.  

          • Anonymous

            Fair argument.  My main gripe is the glossier plastics that Samsung tends to use.  While they certainly won’t get bent out of shape, they’re magnets for fingerprints in addition to highly visible scuffs and scratches.  A more matte or soft-touch surface alleviates that to an extent.

            So long as Samsung isn’t using the glossy plastic from the original Galaxy S, I’ll be happy.

          • Sputnick

            And I agree with your points as well and I do get that if you grab the phone with both hands and give it an inertial twist you don’t want to hear the plastic creek or groan if it’s a flimsy grade.  

      • Anonymous

        Looking at all of the the Nexus phones side by side ( http://awesomeer.com/images/nexus_family.png ), I find the Nexus One to by the most appealing in terms of industrial design.  Why? Because of the aluminum unibody construction of course.

        Here’s hoping it is actually aluminum and not just metallic colored plastic.

        • Adam Elghor

          god damn!!! i forgot how sexy the nexus one was!!!

      • Anonymous

        The razor will have carbon fiber 🙂 Moto is upgrading their build quality how nice .

    • Anonymous

      only thicker… that’s what she said

      • Anonymous

        She also said, “and far more awesome.”

        • Anonymous

          And she also said “Great Performance with a kinky side for Ice Cream”  Hmmmmm 😛

          • Adam Elghor

            and whip creme 

          • Anonymous

            Lol, Ah the whip cream , yes every man should try that atleast once in his life lol Women love it lol

    • Anonymous

      The razor will be better.

      • Adam Elghor

        No.

        • Anonymous

          yes

          • ShootAngelsFace77x

            Wow, shocker. You’re pimping Moto.  If moto was a man I am sure you’d have his babies.

            Now what?  You gonna amaze me with your terrible english?  Tell me to go back to some midwestern state or take my cialis?  You gonna call me names?  What’s new in your bag?

          • Anonymous

            Your English is terrible lol. I will tell you to go eat your ice cream loser. You seem hurt otherwise you would not reply back. Your nexus will disappoint you period. Go buy some viagara, those are stronger than cialis. You need those better.

  • Andrey Feldman

    the side looks different from the one on that magazine this morning… hmmm…

  • Looks like the GS2’s back pretty much. Hey it says “From Verizon” so that’s a good sign.

    • Anonymous

      agreed, from Verizon is a good sign!

    • The more I look at it the more it looks like the Droid Charge, minus the buttons. Actually kinda meh as far as design goes. From the earlier leaked images it looked interesting, but now, not so much.

  • EM

    Not nearly as curved as the teasers would lead you to believe.

  • Bewara2009

    LMAO at this phone hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh 

  • Curve’s much less pronounced in this shot.

  • Andrew Loucks

    Not nearly as much curve to that screen as previously teased…

    • Keith Norris

      Right! It actually looks plain but powerful lol

    • Yeah, I thought it was going to be a really noticeable curve, and that would be part of the design appeal. As it stands, it does look pretty generic, as Keith notes.

      Honestly, if I didn’t know it was curved already, looking at that photo I would never have thought it was.

    • The Curve may be the tablet that the phone plugs into… 

      • Anonymous

        Nah, it’s just a marketing gimmick. I just hope the curve is as significant as the Nexus S. That is at least recognizable when I see someone using it. This looks like less. ColorWare better give this as an option.