By Stephen Schenck | December 22, 2011 3:40 AM
Thanks to the presence of high-end phones like the Galaxy Nexus and Droid 4, we’ve been paying close attention to the rumored state of Verizon’s December release schedule. After the Galaxy Nexus clearly wasn’t going to make it to the US in November, leaks tacked its release date to early in the month, and though it’s jumped around a little, December 9 is seeing a lot of support lately. As for the Droid 4, we had it up at the start of the month, but recent leaks have pushed it back to December 22. Today we have yet another Verizon leak to check out, and see what it has to add to this story.
Surprisingly, the Droid 4 moves back to early December, with this schedule showing its arrival on December 8. This makes us especially curious about why it might have been pushed-back in the first place, only to go back on-schedule. One thing we do know is that the phone has now been granted FCC approval, clearing the way for its release.
We’re left wondering why the source behind this leak just did’t scroll down a smidge more and show some confirmation of the December 9 launch date for the Galaxy Nexus. Even without something so direct, we still get some support for that date in what’s shown here, with plans to get the launch kit for the Galaxy Nexus set-up in stores on December 8; it’s not too big a leap to think that means a launch on the following day, especially with all the other evidence we’ve seen.