Galaxy Nexus U.S. release pushed back to December, confirms Samsung

One of the bigger concerns surrounding Samsung's Galaxy Nexus is the all-important matter of its U.S.

One of the bigger concerns surrounding Samsung's Galaxy Nexus is the all-important matter of its U.S. release date. Announced in October, the device was set to be released at an undefined date in late November. But with a week left in the month, Verizon has still been pretty mum on when the device will see the light of day.

Fortunately, things are becoming a bit more clear. Samsung has confirmed, via Business Insider, that the Galaxy Nexus will drop in December. Perhaps unsurprisingly, there's still no word on an exact release, nor is Samsung or Verizon giving the device's precise U.S. price.

Already available in the U.K., the Galaxy Nexus is set to be available in Canada on December 7th. That makes its lack of a U.S. release date that much more significant and also makes it pretty clear that the delay is on Verizon's end, not Samsung's.

[Business Insider]

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