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Does This Official Statement Seem Like The Galaxy Nexus Is Coming Out Tomorrow?

Verizon Wireless said back in October that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus would come to their network sometime this year. According to our sources at the National Naval Observatory Clock they still have a little over two weeks to hit that mark.

Yes we thought that rumors of a December 15th launch were solid, we started backing off that story after we talked to our highest placed Verizon Wireless ninja who mentioned something about “after Christmas” something the Android enthusiast in me blocked out of hearing.

Verizon Wireless corporate PR has issued the following statement:

The Galaxy Nexus is still on track to launch this year. We will definitely send a press release to announce availability. Feel free to visit www.verizonwireless.com/galaxynexus to sign up for email alerts to be one of the first to know.

Now does that sound like the Galaxy Nexus is coming out tomorrow?

source: aandme

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  1. I just got through playing with one at best buy. Lady I spoke with said tomorrow the 15th. Wait and see approach now. Fingers crossed.

  2. Yes, it does sound like it still is. Tomorrow is “this year”, isn’t it? Expect the press release tomorrow morning. ūüėČ

  3. Amen Paul.. If I didn’t have the unlimited plan also I would switch to another carrier also. Verizon knows they have us by the b@$$s and there’s nothing we can do about it.

  4. Well they did the same with the thunderbolt. the day before they announced the launch they denied and said they would announce when they had an official launch date. So you never can tell with Verizon. I know they are the worse with product launches. they think being mum gets them free advertising but as a consumer I respect a company that is more transparent with their phone launch dates. If it was not for my grand-fathered unlimited data plan and all other carriers not offering unlimited data I would switch.

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