Galaxy Nexus for Verizon Wireless hands-on photos and preview | The Verge
The phone was identical to the GSM variant that's been available for a few weeks in many ways, though it was thicker. Not terribly so — around a half millimeter, according to the official specs — but it's noticeable, particularly if you're coming from the GSM model as we were. Other than the size difference, the LTE version has 32GB of internal storage and two pieces of Verizon-branded software: My Verizon Mobile and VZ Backup Assistant. As advertised, they can both be disabled from Android 4.0's built-in app manager. Unfortunately, we couldn't test the speeds that LTE offered the device (there's no SIM card installed), though we did find an LTE toggle down in the network settings. Lastly, a quick peek behind the battery cover showed that things have been rearranged a bit — the SIM card slot is now on the left side.