Rumors of the arrival of a White Galaxy Nexus phone are continuing and with all the rumors floating around, things must be getting much closer. The White version of the popular Galaxy Nexus is already available in the UK as they were the first to get the phones. We are not surprised by the reports of the White Galaxy Nexus but it comes with a variety of reports concerning the storage capabilities on the phone. The latest rumors have this one coming to Verizon with only 16 GB of storage instead of the 32 GB which is available on the Black Galaxy Nexus. At the moment, there have not been too many explanations as to why this rumored change is taking place. The one nice thing is that the rumors have the price dropping by $100.
Rumors about when Verizon is going to release the White Galaxy Nexus are continuing, but the rumor mill regarding the Black Galaxy Nexus had so many dates which came and went, it was frustrating. Odds are we are going to see something similar to that situation again, but since this is essentially the same phone, there may be fewer missed dates. White seems to be a popular color over the last year and with this addition to the Galaxy Nexus, it should add some more customers to the product.
The reduction in the storage abilities to 16 GB is the current rumor going around right now and it seems that the 32 GB version is going to be phased out in favor of a 16 GB version. By lowering the price $100, it may help boost the sales for the Galaxy Nexus. Reports of Google and Samsung canceling orders are being talked about and it is looking like that model will soon be disappearing. Exactly when that might happen and how wide spread will be seen in the future.
Since the Galaxy Nexus does not contain an external slot for a memory card, there is not much that can be done by those wanting to have the extra internal storage. You are going to be stuck with whatever the model comes with. If you really want to purchase one with 32 GB of storage, Black is the only color you are going to be able to get. And that is as long as the current supply last as it is more than likely that future deliveries are only going to contain 16 GB. With more storage being moved to the Cloud, this looks like the wave of the future for manufacturers.