Already having learned tentative release dates for the upcoming Droid Fighter and LG Lucid 4G, we're now getting an even better sense of Verizon's hardware calendar thanks to a purported device launch schedule over at Droid Life. According to the document, mobile shoppers can expect to see a 16GB variant of Samsung's Galaxy Nexus land on the carrier's shelves beginning April 5th. Sadly there's nothing in the way of color availability or pricing information, though it seems logical that the lower-capacity model will drop in below its pricier 32GB counterpart. In fact, we wouldn't be surprised to see Verizon follow its own lead with a $199 / $299 pricing scheme, similar to what it has done with the Droid RAZR and RAZR MAXX.

The second bit of news contained in the memo is what looks to be a planned April 26th launch for the Droid Incredible 3. HTC's latest Droid offering has largely managed to fly under the radar thus far, though we might've caught an early glimpse last month. Until Verizon does make things official, we'd recommend viewing these dates with a healthy dose of skepticism.