Published on April 9th, 2012 | by Paterson Prosper0
Confirmed: Galaxy Nexus On The Way To AT&T with 4G LTE
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is Google’s current flagship device, not because of the hardware but because of the software. Being the first to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich has made it incredibly popular. New reports are claiming AT&T is in the final stages of releasing an LTE edition themselves.
Prior to the announcement and release of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus on Verizon Wireless rumors were hot and heavy that the device would appear on AT&T. Although not carried in AT&T CORE stores the original Nexus One and Nexus S supported AT&T’s bands. It wasn’t far-off to think that the Galaxy Nexus would be the same.
AT&T fueled the fire when they actually asked on their own website if their customers wanted the Galaxy Nexus. Earlier this week the fairly new Android Revolution website ran a story saying that they had a source close to the situation and that SIM cards had started to surface specifically for the Galaxy Nexus. While I’ve only been in the wireless industry more then a decade and have never seen a SIM card for a user replaceable phone, specifically tied to any device, Androrev.com says that several SIM cards (RS#17-0700) are “likely” 4G/LTE and specifically for the Galaxy Nexus.
via Uber Gizmo