By Anton D. Nagy | January 27, 2013 2:46 AM
Even though the Verizon Galaxy Nexus was at times lagging behind its unbranded sibling when it comes to updates, it was nonetheless the go-to phone for Big Red customers that were Android enthusiasts who preferred the “pure-Android” way. Released back in November 2011, the Samsung-made Galaxy Nexus was the successor of the Nexus S.
A little more than one year after its release Verizon has retired the phone which has now reached end-of-life status on the carrier. The carrier’s online webpage no longer lists the device, though if you’re lucky you can find some pre-owned ones on the internet. With that in mind, let us know which Verizon phone will be your next one!