When a high-profile device is getting ready to hit the shelves, manufacturers (and carriers) will usually launch a “learn more about…” page, where you can sign up to have information about the particular device sent to you before the launch. It’s a great way to get to know a device long before you buy it.
This time around, we also get a chance to see where the Galaxy Nexus may be heading. While nothing is confirmed as of yet, the signup page for the device lists 7 different wireless carriers where the device could potentially end up. Not surprisingly, Verizon’s name is listed, but then there are a few names mixed in there that are pretty shocking. Not surprising, however, is: Sprint, T-Mobile USA and AT&T. Now for the surprise: US Cellular, Cellular South and Metro PCS.
This is huge news if it pans out: the new Galaxy Nexus on every major wireless carrier. We’ll have to wait and see how this pans out.
via Android Central