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Wednesday, 23 November 2011 13:00

Galaxy Nexus delayed to December

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Both in US and EU

Google really needs to learn how to launch phones. Weeks after Galaxy Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich were demonstrated to the more than eager public, the phone and the OS have yet to appear.

Although no firm launch dates were set, the Galaxy Nexus was expected to launch in mid-November, but all rumoured launch days have come and gone, with no launch in sight.

Business Insider is now reporting that Verizon has confirmed the launch was pushed back to December, but there is still no word on the exact date. In the meantime European retailers are also stating that the phone should be available in KW48 or KW49, or the week of November 28 at the earliest.

It's worth noting that the new Nexus has been on sale in Britain for about a week now, but availability is limited to say the least. Hopefully Google will manage to fully implement Flash support and resolve some pesky volume bugs by then.

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