Just yesterday, I reported on a leak of photos of the Verizon-bound Samsung Galaxy Nexus. In that post, I came to the conclusion that the rumored December 9th release date didn't sound too ridiculous.
Today, it seems that a lot of people, including myself, were correct. The above picture is a leaked internal document from Verizon, detailing basically everything about the phone, from the release date to the nitty-gritty internals. We already knew that the Galaxy Nexus comes with a dual-core 1.2GHz processor and 1GB of RAM, not to mention Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
What we didn't know for sure, however, was the for-real and official release date. According to this leaked document, that date is, in fact, going to be the 9th of December, this Friday.
Verizon has a great network with some decent plans, but I'm still a little weary recommending the carrier to anyone after one of my terrible experiences. Its service and support could've gotten better between then and now, but I think buying an unlocked device is better, anway.[Droid-Life]