Oct 18 AT 7:38 AM Taylor Wimberly 36 Comments

NTT Docomo confirms global Galaxy Nexus launch in November, leaks first press shot


Rumors suggest that Verizon might have a one-month exclusive on Android 4.0 and the Galaxy Nexus in the US, but it appears Google’s next flagship device will soon be available on quite a few carriers across the globe. We just learned the Galaxy Nexus is coming to Canada and now NTT Docomo has tweeted they would be one of the first Japanese carriers to launch the device.

Included in the tweet, NTT Docomo tells us the superphone is scheduled for release in November, which matches up with the rumored launch dates we’ve previously seen.

Also appearing in the last several hours was the above advertisement. It shows the same Galaxy Nexus that we all know and love and confirms a few of the rumored specs. In the fine print of the photo we can make out Android 4.0, OMAP4460 1.2 GHz dual-core processor and Super AMOLED HD display.

Google’s big Ice Cream Sandwich event is coming tonight, so we won’t have to wait much longer. Check back later for live pre-game and post-game coverage.

Via: Ameblo.jp

Source: Twitter

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