Samsung GALAXY Nexus hits EOL status at Verizon
pixel density. Those specs now seem dated for a top-shelf device as does the dual-core 1.2GHz TI OMAP 4460 processor and the 1GB of RAM on board. The GALAXY Nexus has now been replaced by the Google Nexus 4, which is carried by Google and T-Mobile in the U.S. But it wasn't just the specs that hinted that Verizon was ready to put the model to sleep. The carrier as far back as July, had a promotion where the phone was free with a signed two-year contract, and the phone has remained in the "cut-out" bin ever since.
We will have fond memories of the Samsung GALAXY Nexus as it was a bridge between the 4 inch 720p screens to today's 5 inch FHD models. If any of you Verizon customers wish to share your fondest memory of the device, we're all ears, or eyes actually. Simply type your comments in the box below. Oh, we almost forgot to tell you that if you positively must own a CDMA version of the Samsung GALAXY Nexus, it is still available from Sprint for $99.99 with a signed two-year pact.