If you get a Samsung Galaxy Nexus using a Verizon contract until May 10, you’ll obtain a free extended battery and a new back cover to allow for it.
The sale is only valid through Samsung Direct, and also the price being called for the phone is the same one you’ll find at Verizon: $299.99. You'll have to sign a fresh two-year service agreement with Big Red, of course. And this offer is only valid for first time
Sprint’s highly anticipated Galaxy Nexus made its rounds from the FCC a couple of days ago. As customers wait patiently for any official announcements and releases, there exists a bit of info from your rumor train to think about. And Sprint customers will be happy to know that the Frozen treats Sandwich device could be released the following month, on April 15th.
Swype today indicated via its official Twitter account that its software keyboard is not compatible with Android 4.0. It said, "Changes to how Android reports screen resolution in ICS mean no support for now." The company said that it is working to adjust its keyboard software for Android 4.0, though it didn't say when it might be available.