Everything looks good except Verizon on top, I’ve got an original LG G Pad 8.3 w/ LTE on Verizon’s network – it’s got a Snapdragon 600 but still pulls it’s weight with tasks. The battery live isn’t the best but w/e it’s a tablet not my daily driver anyway.
Forgetting about the horrible Verizon logo, when the hell are the windows team going to allow their own tiles to be transparent. At least replace the Verizon logo with the Windows logo… It’s almost like LG is trying to make this as ugly and nondescript as possible.
According to Phandroid, the Nexus 6 will coming to Verizon. It wouldn’t surprise me if it launches with Android 5.1. I’m betting that it will be very similar to the AT&T model with the external branding, Verizon SIM lock, and a custom boot animation (AT&T was kind enough to include the LOUDEST boot animation I’ve ever heard so that everyone in the surrounding counties knows I’m running AT&T’s Nexus 6).
The Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is now on sale for $399.99 on a two-year contract or $799.99 unlocked. In all honesty, the Note Edge screen is nice and has great promise if not a true central requirement at this time. It has an incredible battery life.
XDA alligator_fight says: “I just talked with a Verizon rep in their live chat, they told me that there will be an announcement the 31st about when the phone can be ordered.”
Software Update: LG G3
Benefits of Software Update (*PDF)
Benefits of downloading and installing the new software enhancements.
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Please make sure your battery is fully charged, and you are receiving a strong Verizon Wireless or Wi-Fi signal before beginning your software update.