Galaxy Nexus Japan NTT DoCoMo release date

No doubt the biggest and best Android smartphone currently in the mobile space is the Android Ice Cream Sandwich packing Samsung Galaxy Nexus and although the Galaxy Nexus is available here in the United Kingdom elsewhere still waits for release of the handset such as Verizon over in the United States, but we learn today just when Japan will see the Galaxy Nexus release on NTT DoCoMo.

According to the guys over on Unwired View, NTT DoCoMo users in Japan will get the opportunity to get their mitts of the GSM version of the Android 4.0 smartphone in a couple days time, namely on the 2nd of December.

So with this in mind and just to refresh our Japanese readers out there what they can expect with the release of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, 4.65-inch Super AMOLED HD touch screen, 1.2GHz dual core processor, 5 megapixel rear facing camera with LED flash, 1.3 megapixel front facing camera, 1080p video, NFC, Face Unlock, Google+ app, 4G LTE and HSPA+ connectivity, WiFi, WiFi Hotspot, 3.5mm jack and 16GB or 32GB internal storage.

Although NTT DoCoMo has listed the release date for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus in Japan, when it comes to just what the Android smartphone will hit your pocket for the carrier hasn’t been so forthcoming, and thus the price remains a mystery for now.

Still I am sure the Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be received with just as much enthusiasm in Japan as it has elsewhere and will undoubtedly be a success there as well.

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2 thoughts on “Galaxy Nexus Japan NTT DoCoMo release date”

  1. Egeferentino9 says:

    Now all we.have to waite for is the US release date I think it could be this Friday Verizon might announce it or hopefully next week. Your guess is as good as mine.

  2. The Galaxy Nexus is officially released in Japan, but all Docomo employees that I have talked to have tried to steer me away from the Nexus to GSII.  The Nexus in Japan only runs on HSPA and has a dismal 16 GB of internal storage.  Pretty weak…  

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