[Updated] Galaxy Nexus Delayed...Again

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  1. Chukee

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    Oh yeahh. That iPhone 5 oh I mean iPhone 4s release went pretty good. People got what was expected or RUMORED.


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  2. Crankintopwater69

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    The CNET link someone posted at the top of page two: If that's the page the OP is talking about, there's nothing in there but speculation on the links already provided by other bloggers earlier today. It is, again, nothing but a rumor.
     
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    Hey Verizon. [explicit]

    The rest of you have a lovely day.
     
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  5. Arkbird

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    European carriers operate differently from American ones. Over here carriers pretty much run the show. With the exception of the iPhone.
     
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    ^^One of the reasons I want to move to the UK
     
  8. Crankintopwater69

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    without a doubt i might just wait and get that phone so i can get the tablet to go with it and give my son my hp touchpad
     
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    Good nite,and God Bless
     
  11. tjk629

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    It could easily be changed, if companies had some balls.

    Remember, Apple went to vzw first for the iPhone. When vzw started making demands apple left. Went to AT&T which was more docile. Over the years the iPhone became a huge success. Verizon bent over backwards and let Apple do what they wanted.

    Apple is really the only company that has 100% control over their stuff. It's quite interesting to see what has been done with the iPhone and how much freedom Apple has. Considering they're the ones running the show and not the carriers.

    After that I'd say Microsoft has some more control. WP7 is a pretty untouched in roughly the same way the iPhone is. Unfortunately, it isn't popular enough for carriers to care about it.

    Then you got your NEXUS....

    See Apple got where they are by showing the four that they needed the iPhone. I'm sure if Google pushed harder restrictions we could see Google being in charge of Android and having it be more like the iPhone. Android is very popular and I'm sure the carriers wouldn't turn it away.

    Then again we'd most likely lose the openness of Android. Is that something we really would like gone?
     
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    VERY good point. I would die if Google locked Android. The US carrier situation is in a sick way any way you look at it.
     
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    This article was written because Verizon made an announcement. Check out the CNET article.

    Sent from my Transformer TF101
     
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    %$W@%%%EEQ@@!R^&%&^%&^$%^*^#%$@$#!@$:disappointed:
     
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    ***Wonders if it was delayed bcuz of the LTE outage***

    If this keeps up ICS will be out on the Droid X and most of my reason for getting a Nexus will have gone.
     
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