Oct 18 AT 10:21 PM Dustin Earley 23 Comments

Samsung Galaxy Nexus release details still in short supply

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Now that you’ve seen the Galaxy Nexus and know a little bit about Ice Cream Sandwich, you’re probably wondering how and when you can get the latest and greatest from Google and Samsung in your hands.

So far, release details are in short supply. We know the Galaxy Nexus will indeed be coming to the US, along with the rest of the world, starting in November. There will be one version with LTE and a second version with HSPA. There was no word on exclusivity, but that’s almost a good thing.

Of course, we’d love to know if the Galaxy Nexus is going to be a Verizon exclusive in the US. But the fact that no carriers were mentioned should be taken as a good sign. If we receive any more updates tonight, we’ll add them to this post. For now, Verizon still seems to be the only confirmed (through a Samsung.com leak) carrier in the US. NTT DoCoMo has been announced as a carrier of the Galaxy Nexus in Japan.

Update: Three UK has been confirmed as well.

Dustin Earley: Tech enthusiast; avid gamer; all around jolly guy.

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