Samsung Galaxy Nexus Not Launching in U.S. Until After November 17th?

Take this as a grain of salt for now but according to a report from The Telegraph, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is apparently slated to be released after the European version launches on November 17th. We had heard November 10th before and we assumed that it would be coming no later than the 17th but if this is dead on, and it’s possible that it is, we might not see the Verizon Galaxy Nexus until deep into November.

This must be a disappointing thing to learn for those of you that were hoping to get your hands on the device in the short term. However, we wouldn’t fret just yet. Not until Verizon confirms a date.

When that will happen is anyone’s guess.

Galaxy Nexus

The only thing that Big Red has given consumers is the fact that it will be launching the Galaxy Nexus later on this year. Beyond that, the carrier has remained suspiciously silent.

It’s possible that Samsung and Verizon want to wait for the Droid RAZR and HTC Rezound to launch before they unleash this bad boy but they would be wise to alert the public sooner rather than later.

Again, don’t worry just yet but this new release window is something to keep in mind.

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Comments

  1. BrianB13 says

    Verizon totally SUCKS!!!!  I can hardly wait for AT&T and Sprint to get their 4G LTE networks fully up and running and start taking away business from Verizon.   

    • Gaudinom says

      I couldn’t agree more. It seems like they’ll wait till they don’t have to take back the early purchasers of the razr.

  2. Kenny Strawn says

    Uh, yeah, the leaked Samsung roadmap should again give you a clue as to when the Galaxy Nexus will be released, as it coincides with the leaked Verizon roadmap:

    http://www.gottabemobile.com/2011/08/19/leaked-samsung-roadmap-reveals-nexus-prime-launch-date-720p-super-amoled-display/

    Oh, and that post was before the Galaxy Nexus was even announced… Week 48 happens to be the week of November 27 through December 3 according to the pop-down calendar on my home-built Ubuntu 11.10 desktop computer, by the way.

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