The rumors keep popping up for when we might expect to see a Verizon Nexus 6 be available for subsidized Verizon customers, and it seems that day is fast approaching. According to Android Police, the Verizon Nexus 6 is arriving on February 26th.
The Verizon Nexus 6 will be similar to other carriers in terms of hardware, with possibly just a small logo on the back of the device. The Play Store version already has the bands necessary to support the carrier, so it’s likely this version will just have some software improvements to function better on the Verizon network.
Of course, there’s always the chance that Verizon might lock down their own Nexus 6 to their network, much like how AT&T has locked down their model. There’s no pricing in this leak, but it will probably be in line with other carrier’s pricing models.
The Samsung Galaxy Core Prime might also be coming on March 5th. For those unfamiliar with this device, it was originally designed for overseas markets with its 800×480 screen, Snapdragon 410 processor, 8GB of storage space, just one gigabyte of RAM, and the 5MP rear camera.
If you were looking to get a Droid Turbo’s hardware, but not the color scheme, it looks like a sapphire blue model will arrive on March 12th. With these devices arriving soon, it looks to be a good time to be a Verizon customer.
Source: Android Police