Samsung Galaxy Nexus First Ice Cream Sandwich Phone
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Does it have a removable memory card?
Did I miss this , or does the article say if it has a removable memory card or not?
The device will be offered in 16 or 32GB flavors, expandable via a microSD card slot.
Full Press Release from Samsung
â€œSamsung and Google have closely collaborated to push the mobile experience forward. We are pleased to deliver the best Android smartphone experience for customers with GALAXY Nexus. We will continue to move forward with Android to provide the compelling consumer experience in mobile world,â€ said JK Shin, President and Head of Samsungâ€™s Mobile Communications Bu...
who' the jackass that said Prime going to Verizon first?
Samsung Galaxy Nexus w/Ice Cream Sandwich hands-on (video)