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Google Just Uploaded a Bunch of YouTube Videos to Their Galaxy Nexus Page

Google has uploaded a bunch of new videos detailing new features of the Galaxy Nexus to their YouTube account. The videos include tutorials for multi-tasking and Android Beam, customizing your Favorites Tray, creating a folder, setting up Face Unlock, changing the wallpaper and taking a panoramic photo. There also seems to be two commercials for the Galaxy Nexus up top which read "Calling All."

The fact that there's a video called "Getting Started" with both international and U.S. versions might fuel rumors that a Galaxy Nexus U.S. launch is imminent. Certainly it seems Google wants to launch this phone soon. While we already know a bunch about the panoramic function and Face Unlock, I haven't seen too much about how to customize the "favorites tray" or create a folder.

Take a look at the videos by clicking the source link below...

This article has been updated since its original publication. The videos are now up and running just fine.

Source: YouTube


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  • if that is the reason for the delay I am going to walk into the closest Verizon store and slap the first employee I see.

  • "Verizon tramp stamp" - can that be an official term from now on? Luv it!

  • C'mon now, you are truly interested, in watching a video on how to create folders. Spoiler alert... drag / drop the app icons. ;)

    Videos are live.

    I wonder if Verizon adding their tramp stamp to the battery case has anything to do with the delayed release. The international version has the typical Nexus branding of OEM and Google.

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