Verizon's LTE version of Samsung GALAXY Nexus a bit more hefty than GSM version

Verizon's LTE version of Samsung GALAXY Nexus a bit more hefty than GSM version
Google has released the tech specs for the LTE (read Verizon's) version of the Samsung GALAXY Nexus and no surprise, the model comes in a little thicker than the GSM variant of the phone. Verizon's model comes in at 9.47mm while the GSM model measures a svelte 8.97mm.

Taking a look at some recently launched models, the HTC Rezound seems practically zoftig at 13.7mm while the Motorola DROID RAZR is an anorexic 7.1mm at its thinnest point. The Motorola DROID BIONIC measures 10.16mm at its thinnest point. In releasing the tech specs for the phone, Google also noted that the phone will have a 1,850mAh battery which probably won't give you a full day's charge, LTE phones having a notoriously heavy appetite for battery power.

There are no surprises in the rest of the specs revealed by Google, which you can check out by clicking on the sourcelink. But most potential buyers of this model already know the specs of the GALAXY Nexus by heart. It would have been more useful if Verizon had finally released a launch date for the phone.

source: Google via AndroidCentral


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