Verizon Promoting Samsung Galaxy Nexus As “No OEM Customization” Phone: The latest tiding put forward by Verizon, one of the largest mobile network operators is that the Galaxy Nexus, the only Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich device got positioned itself under the ‘no OEM customization’ criteria in the user interface category. It has also brought out a competitive comparison analysis for Galaxy Nexus. This network operator usually gets noteworthy upcoming phones into its trap and reveals out such facts that casts its shadow both on the developers and the customers.
Ofcourse a ‘Pure Android’ phone, The Galaxy Nexus already on a well-known pure Nexus line, knows that the carriers are aware and promoting as a ‘No OEM customization’. It does not mean ‘no carrier customization‘ as you have recently heard of a couple of Verizon apps coming pre-installed on the phone.
Luckily there’s an easy way to get rid of them. Several UIs on Android phones are meant to enrich the Android experience, such as HTC’s sense, Samsung’s TouchWiz or LG’s own custom user interface.
Verizon places the Galaxy Nexus in $199.99 range and confirms that it consists of 32GB Internal Storage. This is actually a part of the Verizon’s ad that has been allegedly and recently spotted.