And while Verizon might know for sure, as hinted by DiCarlo's response, we can give you the latest information that we know. In terms of a launch date, a leaked document from Verizon's system indicates a November 17th launch for the phone, while a price tag of $299.99 with a two-year contract seems to be the consensus. It was also the price listed on a leaked version of Verizon's MAP that we showed you last month.
DiCarlo also skated around the question of whether or not the Samsung GALAXY Nexus will be a Verizon exclusive. After being asked if the device will be only on Big Red, the exec pointed out that the Samsung Galaxy S II is available from T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint, and with the GALAXY Nexus on Verizon, all four major U.S. carriers will have a Samsung Galaxy smartphone to sell. From what we have seen of Nick DiCarlo, he might have a real future in politics.