Samsung GALAXY Nexus training material for Verizon resellers leaks

Samsung GALAXY Nexus training material for Verizon resellers leaks
Let's say you are a rep for a third party Verizon reseller and the Samsung GALAXY Nexus has finally been launched. If someone comes into the store asking questions about the device, you are going to be glad that Big Red provided you with some training material to study. "Yes, Mr. Smith, the screen on the Samsung GALAXY Nexus is the world's first HD Super AMOLED display allowing you to watch YouTube videos and movies in high-def.

Plenty of space on the training material was given to Google+ and its Circles, Hangouts and Messenger applications. Of course, Verizon provided a list of the Samsung GALAXY Nexus' game changing features such as the curved display which helps prevent scratches on the glass, even when the phone is placed face down on a table. Speaking of the display, the 4.65 inch size is the largest in the carrier's line-up.

Other so-called "game-changing features" on the phone allow you to edit and enhance both videos and pictures right from the Samsung GALAXY Nexus. Using Android Beam, GALAXY Nexus owners can beam a website, a contract, a video or other content from your phone to another by putting the two handsets together. Of course, both phones will need to support NFC. Powerful speech recognition allows you to dictate a lengthy message and dictate punctuation. And using the Face Unlock, you can save the time and effort of having to swipe to unlock your handset by merely giving it a look to open the device.

We already have some idea that third party resellers will be launching the device on December 9th, and if those reps put the time in to study the information, they should be able to answer questions about the phone just as accurately as those who work for Verizon.

source: AndroidCentral

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1. warlockz

Posts: 156; Member since: Oct 10, 2011

Wsj saying its 299 on two year contract lol what happened to the 199 .....

4. narley

Posts: 357; Member since: May 14, 2009

The word is because its built in memory there might be two versions. One 16g and the other 32g. Hence the price points.

2. cnwwyo

Posts: 126; Member since: May 26, 2011

Did anyone else sign up for "news" on that nexus site besides me? What was the point? There have been no notifications or news or anything. what are they gonna do wait till the night before to send out some "news"? LOOOL

6. narley

Posts: 357; Member since: May 14, 2009

This is all unofficial news. The only REAL news is the launch date anyway. And that will be the best news you get, and prob straight from vzw.

8. beatsandmelody

Posts: 109; Member since: Nov 01, 2011

I signed up on both Google and Verizon Wireless for updates. Never received any. Both domains has a landing page for sign ups. This is the Nexus One on VZW all over again. Except this time VZW is going to (seemingly begrudgingly) sell this phone.

3. shifu

Posts: 44; Member since: Nov 23, 2011

same thing when i got my Omnia II not only it was one of my biggest mistake but i received no notification

5. bohannibal

Posts: 27; Member since: Aug 17, 2009

I hope it comes out soon Verizon extended their return period so if I don't like the SGN I will take it back and get the razr

7. terabyteRouser

Posts: 457; Member since: Oct 18, 2011

They did, you have until Jan 15, 2012.

9. beatsandmelody

Posts: 109; Member since: Nov 01, 2011

I think they meant they hope that it's released before the last day of that extended return period. I don't believe phones purchased after 12/28 will fall under that policy.

10. kpfirefighter

Posts: 160; Member since: Sep 20, 2011

I hope that this phone was worth the wait! If not i'm going to be pissed I held out on getting the RAZR.

11. Jay_F

Posts: 236; Member since: Nov 29, 2011

I hate how phone companies keep their customers in the dark like this... I can't find a logical reason for it. Apparently they like agitated customers... There needs to be scheduled release dates for all phones that are announced that are immediately available to the customers instead of playing these stupid games.

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