The first Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS powered Samsung Galaxy Nexus handset has been launched at Google | Samsung event yesterday. Are you wondering about where will you be able to buy Samsung’s latest flagship Android handset? Samsung’s official website to register the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is running live now and it offers more information about the handset’s carriers availability. Verizon isn’t the only carrier to carry it on the states side. According to the Signup page of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus handset is set to launch by 7 carriers of the U.S. Customers will be able to buy the Galaxy Nexus through AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile networks. You can also see U.S. Cellular, Metro PCS and Cellular South in the drop down list of the Carrier preference of the Galaxy nexus. We already know that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus has cleared FCC regulations using the bands of T-Mobile and AT&T.
Facebook’s page of Samsung Mobile USA has announced that Verizon will be offering the Galaxy Nexus with the initial release, but a couple of hours later, that same Samsung rep has noted that “no U.S. carrier has been determined yet”.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS, sporting a 4.65 inch screen with 720p resolution, a 1.2GHz TI OMAP 4460 dual-core processor under the hood, 1GB RAM, 16/32GB inbuilt memory storage, 5MP rear camera o record 1080p HS, front facing camera, NFC, Android Beam, Wi-Fi and much more.
Head over to Samsung Galaxy Nexus Sign-up Page (hit the link) to sign up for notifications about price and launch details of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus handset by surrendering your full name, email, and zip code. If you don’t follow the tech blogs, then this is probably a good way to get info by signing up for it. But we will be announcing the carrier availability of the Galaxy Nexus handset here on the Gadgetian blog.