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Verizon Compares LTE Phone Lineup to AT&T, Still Shows Galaxy Nexus with 32GB of Storage

The DL community was up in arms yesterday when they noticed that Google had updated the Galaxy Nexus spec page to show just 16GB of internal storage. It was a confusing move as we know that the 32GB LTE version of the device is in a number of people’s hands at this time. We have also seen Verizon train their employees on the idea that it will launch with 32GB, so there shouldn’t be much reason to freak out and will have to assume that Google has some brilliant behind the scenes reason for pulling off such a move.

To hopefully help ease your mind though, we have another training document that compares Verizon’s “Big 3” LTE phones to AT&T’s first two. In the document, the most important specs are listed including storage for devices. The Galaxy Nexus as you may have guessed, is highlighted in red as having 32GB of storage. Not sure that Big Red could be more clear on this to their employees and now to you.

We all good on the storage front?

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  • Gregokent

    The google website’s tech specs have been changed again to the original 32GB…


  • Bryan Williams

    How do you even post this as “News”?  Shouldn’t it be under the “Rumor” section?

  • Bryan Williams

    I bet the other carriers in the US are getting pretty pissed and putting some pressure on VZW since they can’t release the non-LTE version until Verizon releases their LTE one.
    I know I would be.

  • Anonymous

    UK was the guinea pig apparently. Now that they’ve discovered these bugs with the phone.. it won’t be released in the US until they are squashed.

  • Anonymous

    Looks like the December 8th date may be closer to the real deal for Verizon that tomorrow.  I say this because Bell, a Canadian cellphone provider, announced their version will be available on the 8th as well. I hope I am wrong….

  • Tyson Crosby

    Apparently on P3’s twitter he is saying a late December is more likely.  Units won’t even get to the states until the end of November…..


    • Dominick DeVito

      Old thread. Dec 8th is more likely.

      • Anonymous

        Would it kill Verizon to make a professional commitment and announce a hard date or a week of date.  I don’t think its the wait that people are concerned with its more of a question of “Why?”  Personally I think if Verizon released a statement saying “The Galaxy Nexus is undergoing final quality testing for issues x,y,z and we expect the devices in the hands of our customers on X date.”  It will quell all this internet nonsense and allow everyone to plan their device selection accordingly.  Making this announcement doesn’t hurt or help Verizon.  All they care about is contract renewal anyway.  Just my opinion.

        • Dominick DeVito

          I couldn’t agree more. I think that’s because the RaZr and Rezound are fresh out and they poured marketing dollars behind those two phones – it’s really a win-win for them (not us of course).

  • Anonymous


  • Why does VZW still say they are even releasing this phone?   Europe and Australia will have this phone.  VZW will continue to make this a Bionic delay.

    • Dominick DeVito

      They’re still testing it, andor they want more people to buy the Razr or Rezound

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  • Christopher Riner

    I’m writing this message to myself at 4 in the morning because its the 21st and I cant sleep without dreaming of the nexus.  I woke up to a SLAP from my girlfriend after she heard me saying “nexie” in my sleep and thought it was “Lexi”.  If verizon doesn’t put this phone out soon im gonna be single.  I’ve got a feeling that I have at least five more business days worth of slap-filled nights ahead of me.  

    • Anonymous

      LOL yeah, I just woke up and my first thought was, “I wonder if Verizon has the G-Nex available to order on its web site yet… sadly, it does not. 🙁

  • Nico

    So, for everyone that decided they were done with the cocktease that is the Galaxy Nexus… What kind of speeds are you getting on your 4G connections?  My Rezound gets anywhere from 18mbps to 40mbps downloads.  It’s completely absurd.

  • Sporttster

    So what exactly IS the return policy on Verizon now? I’ve talked to three seperate stores and all of them said they knew nothing about the Holiday return policy going till Jan. They all said 14 days. Which is it?? If I buy from Best Buy, would they honor a extended return policy?? If not,then where???

    • Helpful

      It’s on Verizon’s site:

      “Purchases made between November 15 and December 28, 2011 may be returned or exchanged through January 15, 2012. All other provisions of Verizon Wireless’ Return & Exchange Policy continue to apply, including Restock Fee.”


      • Beatframes

        They Do this Every holiday 

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