As you may know, I posted my first Galaxy Nexus review back on November 17th, when I was able to get my hands on the international, HSPA+ version of the phone. Verizon has finally released its 4G LTE version into American waters, and I've spent some time testing the variant.

Overall, there are very few differences between the two models, and as such, much of my review of the GSM version still applies. For this review, I'm only going to be focusing on the notable changes, which center around data rates, call quality and stability, battery life, and slight hardware and software differences.

Even though the changes aren't all that noticeable, I still wanted to look under and around the hood of Google's latest flagship phone in its first real release on US soil, so read on for my take on the Galaxy Nexus for Verizon!

Take a look at our original, in-depth review of the Galaxy Nexus right here