We have recently seen that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus was going to initially launch with Verizon Wireless here in the US, however it looks like the handset will also eventually make its way to six other carriers. The details are coming by way of a recently launched Galaxy Nexus information page on the Samsung website. Anyway, while there is nothing as to when any of these carriers will be making an announcement, that list of carriers includes AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile as well as Cellular South, Metro PCS and US Cellular. Needless to say, the handset is not expected to arrive until November, which really means we still have a few weeks to wait. And more than likely, countless rumors to sort out.
by Robert Nelson on October 20, 2011 at 11:20 am
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