Some of us have two or three different iPhone and iPod Touch devices laying around that we use in addition to our primary device. But that set-up begins to take over too much desk space. The Wallee M is a solution designed to remedy this issue.
Ahead of any official Sprint announcements, an online ad on CNET popped up revealing the Galaxy Nexus will land on Sprint as the network's first 4G LTE smartphone. Looks like Verizon lost its exclusive on Google's flagship Android smartphone.
Missing its early November and alleged Dec. 9 launch date, the much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy Nexus is finally official. It's available on Verizon for $300 with a two-year contract and is the first smartphone to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
UPDATE: The Galaxy Nexus is out on Verizon as of Dec. 15 for $300 with a two-year contract.
We're nearing the end of November and Verizon still hasn't started selling Samsung's mammoth-sized Galaxy Nexus running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Well, you can add another thing to the worry list: no Adobe Flash support for the time being.
Passing on the chance to sell the Samsung Galaxy S II smartphones in the U.S., Verizon's bagged itself a better smartphone that's also an exclusive to the carrier: the Galaxy Nexus. Get your wallet's primed, it's shopping time!
The cat's out of the bag. Samsung and Google's next flagship smartphone — the Galaxy Nexus (previously codenamed Nexus Prime) just had its specs leaked out by a Japanese carrier flyer and it's about as feature-packed and powerful as we expected it to be.