Verizon keeps delaying an official announcement for the LTE capable Samsung Galaxy Nexus handset, but we are already hearing that the GNex handset is set to heading to another carrier. A Samsung Galaxy Nexus handset stopped by FCC, gaining approval for radio frequencies GSM 850/1900 and WCDMA II/IV bands, which is pointing to imminent AT&T release in the U.S.
But, the FCC has approved the Samsung Galaxy Nexus with the model no. GT-i9250T – ‘T’ suffix is also suggesting that the Galaxy Nexus is also heading to Canada based Telus network. Mexico is also having a wireless carrier with “T” suffix – Telcel. The Galaxy made appearance at FCC is is different than the GSM version that is available for purchasing as the unlocked version from the third party retailer. AT&T is yet to announce its plans to bring the Samsung Gaalxy Nexus to the States. In fact, AT&T was running a poll on Google+ in an attempt to gauge interest in Samsung Galaxy Nexus and there were more than a thousand +1s, expecting requests for the AT&T branded Galaxy Nexus.
Read: Samsung Galaxy Nexus Full Specifications.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the first to be shipped with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS locked inside, 4.65” HD display, 1.2GHz dual-core processor from Texas Instruments, 5MP rear camera, 1080p HD video recording capability, 32GB eMMC (probably for the Verizon’s variant) and much more.
Source: FCC Via: Wireless Goodness