By Anton D. Nagy | November 19, 2011 11:07 AM
The Samsung-made Google Galaxy Nexus was listed with Verizon LTE/CDMA compatibility and 16/32GB storage flavors but going to the official technical specifications page for the phone reveals that Google has made some changes.
As you can see in the image above, there’s only a 16GB variant listed. While there’s no guarantee that there will be no 32GB versions out there, is this a deal-breaker for some? Also, at the time Google unveiled the phone together with the manufacturer, we were told of a 1750mAh battery (GSM). Now the official specs list a slightly larger capacity battery, one of 1850mAh (LTE). We’re sure you don’t mind this!