So here's the thing. DroidLife posted this image they claim came from Samsung's own site. There are several discrepencies you'll see right off the bat. First it lists it as "Nexus Prime", we know that won't be the case. Also the battery is stated as 1750 (we've heard the possiblilty of 1850), but those more knowledgable than myself say they're displaying a 2100. Again weird.
My concerns come from the battery cover. One, it shows a Verizon logo (not really a bid deal for me actually) but as far as I know none of the Nexus phones on any of the other carriers have had their logo them. Is this simply relational to the "4G LTE" logo below it? Previous images of the back of the phone only showed the 4G logo...no Verizon.
Two, and what concerns me most, is "Google" is nowhere to be found. I have said a number of times to people in this forum and other sites that "It's a Nexus, so it has to be Vanilla Android." Tell me I'm right, please. I'm sure these are placeholder images but that back cover kind of bothers me. Images and links below.
Battery Cover for Galaxy Nexus Headed to Verizon Pops Up at Samsung Site – Droid Life: A Droid Community Blog