Just a moment ago, we published a story about the LTE capable Samsung Galaxy Nexus handset official specs, which have been revealed out by Google on its website. Google has got another surprise for us. The company has uploaded a set of the how-to videos of the Verizon branded Samsung Galaxy Nexus handset for the U.S., showing users how to quickly get started with the phone. You can also spot the 4G LTE logo is visible on the back of the device in one of the videos. Verizon should be releasing the LTE capable Samsung Galaxy nexus handset in the U.S. pretty soon, although there’s still no official word on when will that moment will arrive.
We can also see a My Verizon Mobile app and VZ Backup Assistant installed on the device. So what about the Google’s promise on “Pure Google Experience” and the Nexus name? Samsung Galaxy Nexus is expected to feature built-in bloatware removable tool. The new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS adds the ability to disable an app outright. If you don’t like an app that came preinstalled, you can disable it.
Enjoy the videos giving the guidance on how to use Samsung Galaxy Nexus here at below:
And the newly released commercial video of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus handset after the break.
Source: Google Nexus YouTube Channel