One of the remaining mysteries surrounding Verizon’s version of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is how big the device’s battery is going to be. We had thought that it was going to include the same 1750mAh battery found in the European version of the device that’s launching on November 17th but there is now evidence that suggests that Verizon’s variant might have a bigger one on board.
According to a piece of intel acquired by Droid-Life, Verizon’s version may have an 1850mAh battery on board when it arrives “later this year.” Those interested in its accessories will also be glad to know that its HDMI portrait-style desktop dock has also shown up and its listed fort $60.
Now, the battery life tidbit is by no means a confirmation but it’s a pretty good sign that Samsung and Verizon have decided not to take any chances with the carrier’s 4G LTE network and we think that many of you out there who have been hoping to get this will appreciate that fact.
When will we know for sure? That’s still an unknown as well.
Let’s hope it does so soon.
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