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Will the Journey begin tomorrow for Verizon Nexus One

Let’s be honest although we all get tired of rumours from here and there and speculation, there is something about as rumour that keeps out hopes up. The Nexus One from Verizon is still a hot topic of conversation.

We have all been waiting and waiting for this to come true, following the failure to launch on CTIA on March 23rd it left many of us upset with both Google and Verizon and obviously answered that that particular rumour turned out not to be true.

It is still a bit of a mystery as to when the Verizon Nexus One will announce the official release date. Now it may be that we have some good news for you again though it could just be another rumour but lets hope not.

We could be in for a bit of good news tomorrow if this one pays off, Verizon have said that the Nexus One could be released 12th April! An email that was sent to Verizon employees on the 9th April states the Journey begins on Monday. Could it be the Verizon Nexus One or the HTC Incredible release date. Lets just wait and see what tomorrow brings and hope it has something to do with a Verizon Nexus One.

Source – anakbawang.com

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6 thoughts on “Will the Journey begin tomorrow for Verizon Nexus One”

  1. edwin says:

    Anything new to verizon that mentions exclusive will obviously not be the nexus one. Look up exclusive in the dictionary.

  2. Garagegoblin says:

    Well I have to say with the word "exclusively" that puts the Nexus One off of the list. It is not exclusive to Verizon Wireless.

  3. Steven says:

    Just thought I would state something obvious here, the pic of the e-mail says "Exclusively on America's Largest and Most Reliable 3G Network" – Is the Nexus One offered exclusively on Verizon? No. The crap they are talking about is the new Microsoft line of phones, which is supposed to be exclusively on Verizons network. Sorry everyone, but Verizon had their chance at CTIA, and completely blew it.

  4. Zack says:

    If you look at the third bullet point, I'd say that definitely rules out the Nexus One, and quite possibly any Android-based device, if they're calling it unique with a straight face.