After several speculations about the most-awaited big release of the Galaxy Nexus, the hope that it will finally be available this November seems to have evaporated, as new leaked information points to a release date further back–on December 8.

Tipsters sent Droid Life screenshots of documents allegedly for Verizon’s internal use.  The screenshots suggest December 8 to be the real release date of the Galaxy Nexus.

Although the document  says that the Galaxy Nexus will be released nationwide on December 8, accompanying descriptions suggest that it could also be the date for  a marketing campaign for the device.

The document also noted that the accessories for the Nexus have begun to ship to various locations. This seems to fit with the previous rumors that Samsung Galaxy Nexus accessories were popping up in Verizon and Samsung sites.

The source of this document is unknown but this launch date seemed to be in perfect timing. The rumors about the shipping of the Galaxy Nexus’ accessories plus the release date of December 8 coincides perfectly.

It is possible that someone could be fooling around making this up to make fun of the Galaxy Nexus release, but the contents are pretty convincing and the most-awaited release of this Ice Cream Sandwich device might really be coming this December.

Samsung just won’t tell anybody about its plans, so it’s just a matter of waiting for this report to materialize on December 8 and we will know whether this really is true.

Many, for sure are somehow  disappointed that the release date has been pushed back a few weeks. We hope that these delays are due to some final fixes to iron things out for the perfect release of the Galaxy Nexus.

Why do you think are Verizon and/or Samsung finding it hard to pin down and announce a release date for the Galaxy Nexus?

Ken East
Ken is an expert on management and is currently engrossed with his newly started adventure in logistics management. But, that's only his second love. His first love, of course, and without being mushy when this is said, is Android.