• Richard Yarrell

    I am still hoping for the sprint release of the Galaxy Nexus that would be grand.

    • snowbdr89

      Im still hoping to see a blog without you’re dumbass, now that really would be grand!!

      • Mr.WeeWee
      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002275344855 luiek20

        lmfao! get reply ever i swear!

        on another note i’m praying this comes to t-mobile! i need this phone its just beautiful!!

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002275344855 luiek20

          best* reply ever! damn auto correct

          • ihatefanboys

            @squiddy…hmmm well i havent seen that yet..didnt kno that….lol

        • ihatefanboys

          How is that the “best reply ever” i still dont see what he says or does that warrants that reaction to richard

          • squiddy20

            I notice your username is “ihatefanboys”. Richard is not only a fanboy, but a trolling, annoying, moronic fanboy who basically copy/pastes his own words into countless websites on many articles. Need I say more?

        • ihatefanboys

          How is that the “best reply ever” i still dont see what he says or does that warrants that reaction.

    • Mark

      STFU, dick.

  • http://stepquick.net Stephen

    I would probably switch to MetroPCS if it meant I didn’t have to pay a ridiculous amount of money. :0

    • http://androidandme.com Taylor Wimberly

      MetroPCS has some pretty competitive no-contract plans and they are expanding their 4G LTE network. It would be interesting to see them offer the Galaxy Nexus for sure.

      • Dustin Earley

        Metro has great service in my city. I have family and friends who all use Metro. $40 a month gets you unlimited everything. And I think my city might have LTE.

        • Me

          It would actually be awesome if MetroPCS did get the Galaxy Nexus they have great 4g coverage and 3g coverage now in Central Florida I planned on getting the phone outright without contract to use on T-Mobile I could use an affordable 4g LTE phone, $50 month for unlimited everything and no throttled speeds is not a bad deal.

      • MetroMetroMetro

        you can get $40 plan all unlimited if you have dumb phone

        they put you on $50 plan if you have non-4G-LTE Androids

        and they put you on $60 plan if you have 4G-LTE Androids… I don’t know about other cities, but in Dallas area we get like 1mb download on LTE…..

        • MetroMetroMetro

          MetroPCS that is

          • Me

            Did they just change that because unlimited text, data, and minutes for Android was $50 and $60 if you wanted unlimited Rhapsody or Metros on demand streaming service.

          • MetroMetroMetro

            if you want unlimited Rhapsody on top of non-4G LTE, it’s extra $10 more

            But if you have 4G LTE plan, the unlimited Rhapsody is included already

          • MetroMetroMetro

            Why were my replies thumbed down you idiots….? For giving out factual information?? Since when does giving out helpful information is bad?

            Or is it the Ceo of MetroPCS who did it? Cause I exposed your true downloading speed? Or Yarell b/c I didn’t mention Sprint??

            Joke aside,

          • MetroMetroMetro

            Jokes aside ( I hit post comment on accident)

            Please at least read b4 you rank up or down someones post.

  • http://Kwkraft.com Kyle

    Hopefully they will announce more specifics quickly. I would love to get it on sprint or AT&T before the phone is outdated.

    • Thaghost

      This device will be good for 2-3 years. So it will not be outdated any time soon.

      • ihatefanboys

        Lol itll be outdated by january’ itll be good for updates for 2 years. Thats the silliest thing i ever heard, lol…..do u even understand how fast tech advances in 2 years??

  • irishrally

    Signed up with every email address I’ve ever had … for tmobile. Please take the time to sign up so Samsung knows there is great demand for a tmo version of the Galaxy Nexus.

    • Gabe

      Haha.. Ok I thought I was the only one who did that…. I’d for sure sell my TMobile GalaxyS2 for this!

      • Ryan

        You really just got the Galaxy S2 knowing this was coming out? Congrats on the impulse buy…

  • BiGMERF

    I signed up with five emails…under tmobile.

    • Wasim

      Nice…..i want it so bad on Tmobile! Hopefully they confirm it!?!?

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002275344855 luiek20

      i signed up with 6 of mine and then signed everyone that has used my laptop using form data too! lol over 30 signups 4 tmobile!!

    • BiGMERF

      just went in and did 12 more .. my girls a lil bro’s emails

  • kwills88

    During the event they did say that they got everyone covered so we won’t have to worry about getting it, so it’s only a matter of when.

  • themanwithsauce

    CHOOSE ALL THE CARRIERS!!!!

    ….But seriously. Where is an option for those of us who have contracts ending soon? I’m highly motivated to stay with VZW due to unlimited data grandfathering but if it comes time to deal and they say they can’t do that I will politely yet swiftly walk out of the store and into their competition’s arms. Therefore, I would like all information possible.

  • NeoJesus

    Does this thing have a MicroSD card slot or not?

  • BiGMERF

    werent the same carriers on the SGS2 sign up sheet?

  • Black Kristos

    They are place holders. We know that every carrier CAN have it, it’s just a matter of when.

  • jd

    I’m keeping my fingers crossed for a tmo release before Dec 8. Then I’m heading China for winter break and I wanna show all those iPhone worshipers something NICE.

  • R.S

    Yesterday, I signed up on the official Nexus website ( http://www.google.com/nexus/ ) .

    However, if signing up on Samsung’s site means its more likely to be released for T-Mobile, then consider me signed up on Samsung’s site as well.

  • alex

    Sprint!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111

  • http://gplus.to/anujahooja anujahooja

    Nothing on the Canadian site as of yet. Going to be checking everyday!

  • zch

    This is incredibly stupid. Google and Samsung have this huge product unveiling, yet no one knows for sure where or when the phone will be available.

    Sign up by email with Google and Samsung to find out when you can purchase? How about you just function like a sane corporation and tell us yesterday when we were all watching.

    • aconner22

      I agree 100%. This false scarcity thing is annoying as all hell.

  • Nathan

    I just want it for T-Mobile then I will be a happy camper

  1. I am still hoping for the sprint release of the Galaxy Nexus that would be grand.

  2. StephenGuest 4 years ago

    I would probably switch to MetroPCS if it meant I didn’t have to pay a ridiculous amount of money. :0

    • MetroPCS has some pretty competitive no-contract plans and they are expanding their 4G LTE network. It would be interesting to see them offer the Galaxy Nexus for sure.

      • Metro has great service in my city. I have family and friends who all use Metro. $40 a month gets you unlimited everything. And I think my city might have LTE.

        • MeGuest 4 years ago

          It would actually be awesome if MetroPCS did get the Galaxy Nexus they have great 4g coverage and 3g coverage now in Central Florida I planned on getting the phone outright without contract to use on T-Mobile I could use an affordable 4g LTE phone, $50 month for unlimited everything and no throttled speeds is not a bad deal.

      • MetroMetroMetroGuest 4 years ago

        you can get $40 plan all unlimited if you have dumb phone

        they put you on $50 plan if you have non-4G-LTE Androids

        and they put you on $60 plan if you have 4G-LTE Androids… I don’t know about other cities, but in Dallas area we get like 1mb download on LTE…..

        • MetroMetroMetroGuest 4 years ago

          MetroPCS that is

          • MeGuest 4 years ago

            Did they just change that because unlimited text, data, and minutes for Android was $50 and $60 if you wanted unlimited Rhapsody or Metros on demand streaming service.

          • MetroMetroMetroGuest 4 years ago

            if you want unlimited Rhapsody on top of non-4G LTE, it’s extra $10 more

            But if you have 4G LTE plan, the unlimited Rhapsody is included already

          • MetroMetroMetroGuest 4 years ago

            Why were my replies thumbed down you idiots….? For giving out factual information?? Since when does giving out helpful information is bad?

            Or is it the Ceo of MetroPCS who did it? Cause I exposed your true downloading speed? Or Yarell b/c I didn’t mention Sprint??

            Joke aside,

          • MetroMetroMetroGuest 4 years ago

            Jokes aside ( I hit post comment on accident)

            Please at least read b4 you rank up or down someones post.

  3. KyleGuest 4 years ago

    Hopefully they will announce more specifics quickly. I would love to get it on sprint or AT&T before the phone is outdated.

  4. Signed up with every email address I’ve ever had … for tmobile. Please take the time to sign up so Samsung knows there is great demand for a tmo version of the Galaxy Nexus.

  5. I signed up with five emails…under tmobile.

  6. During the event they did say that they got everyone covered so we won’t have to worry about getting it, so it’s only a matter of when.

  7. CHOOSE ALL THE CARRIERS!!!!

    ….But seriously. Where is an option for those of us who have contracts ending soon? I’m highly motivated to stay with VZW due to unlimited data grandfathering but if it comes time to deal and they say they can’t do that I will politely yet swiftly walk out of the store and into their competition’s arms. Therefore, I would like all information possible.

  8. Does this thing have a MicroSD card slot or not?

  9. werent the same carriers on the SGS2 sign up sheet?

  10. They are place holders. We know that every carrier CAN have it, it’s just a matter of when.

  11. jdGuest 4 years ago

    I’m keeping my fingers crossed for a tmo release before Dec 8. Then I’m heading China for winter break and I wanna show all those iPhone worshipers something NICE.

  12. Yesterday, I signed up on the official Nexus website ( http://www.google.com/nexus/ ) .

    However, if signing up on Samsung’s site means its more likely to be released for T-Mobile, then consider me signed up on Samsung’s site as well.

  13. alexGuest 4 years ago

    Sprint!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111

  14. Nothing on the Canadian site as of yet. Going to be checking everyday!

  15. This is incredibly stupid. Google and Samsung have this huge product unveiling, yet no one knows for sure where or when the phone will be available.

    Sign up by email with Google and Samsung to find out when you can purchase? How about you just function like a sane corporation and tell us yesterday when we were all watching.

  16. I just want it for T-Mobile then I will be a happy camper