Pair of launches for Verizon: Motorola DROID RAZR November 10th, Samsung GALAXY Nexus November 24th

Pair of launches for Verizon: Motorola DROID RAZR November 10th, Samsung GALAXY Nexus November 24th
Some news has been released on Monday that confirms Verizon's launch date for the Motorola DROID RAZR and gives us an idea when we might expect to see the Samsung GALAXY Nexus rollout. Starting with the DROID RAZR, an internal Verizon document confirms that the thin dual-core LTE enabled device will be released November 10th with a Kevlar coated back and water repellant nanocoating. No surprise there as the leaked Verizon MAP list hinted at that date for the DROID RAZR's release. Pre-orders began on October 27th and the handset is priced at $299.99 with a 2-year contract.

The Verizon MAP list isn't always right and unfortunately, the proof of this can be seen with the Samsung GALAXY Nexus. Originally thought to be coming to market on November 10, U.K. newspaper The Telegraph says it has heard from Samsung that the first Android 4.0 flavored smartphone will be launched in the States one week after the November 17th launch in Britain. A poster on Phandroid's Android Forums who claims to be a Verizon insider, says that because of the lack of Verizon's bloatware on the phone, the carrier has decided not to push too hard for its launch. The November 24th launch is not written in stone and a launch could actually take place later than that date.

source: DroidLife, Telegraph via Phandroid

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