While we wait for the arrival of the Verizon version of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, we are left to wonder exactly when Verizon is going to make the announcement of the arrival of this phone. It has been a waiting game and with that, the reviews for the phone are all that are available to be looked at to get an idea about the get features. The problem is that you cannot find a review of the LTE Verizon Galaxy Nexus.
There are lots of reviews for the GSM version right now and is one that can run on AT&T’s HSPA+ wireless network and are available to be purchased as an unlocked version of the Galaxy Nexus. These are the same ones which are currently selling in the UK, but not in the US, at least not officially. Trying to find an LTE Galaxy Nexus from Verizon review is difficult and I have yet to find one and believe that there must be at least one review of the LTE version of the Nexus.
Even a teardown of the Galaxy Nexus is from the UK and not the LTE version which you can immediately spot because of the 1750 mAh battery in the article. The LTE version is coming with a 1850 mAh battery to help with battery life for the Verizon LTE wireless network. LTE phones are known to drain batteries much faster. With the larger battery and LTE radio, the phone is known to be larger in size than the GSM version. That is the reason that I started looking for a Verizon LTE Galaxy Nexus review to see what kind of reports there are for the battery.
I know that there must be reviews of the Verizon Galaxy Nexus, but was not able to find one to determine comments regarding battery life on the latest Nexus phone. Since that is potentially going to be a deciding factor for some if it is not as good as it should be, it is information that others may want to hear about. If you find a Verizon LTE Galaxy Review that includes battery life, let me know or just add a comment so that everyone knows where it is. Hopefully one can be found that talks about the battery life.
If Verizon and Samsung wait too much longer, we are going to start hearing about the coming LTE Quad Core phones and that may cause some people to consider waiting for these new phones which might arrive in the 1st quarter of 2012. Verizon and Samsung need to be careful and not wait too much longer. Some people have been waiting for the Nexus since it was first rumored to be coming to the US and have held off on getting a new phone because of that. This is the week that they need to hold a press event or they are going to continue to lose people for this great phone.