Verizon Galaxy Nexus spills its guts, gets Ice Cream Sandwich all over the floor

What treasures lurk beneath the surface of the Verizon Galaxy Nexus? Well, erm, broadly the same ones that we saw when the HSPA+ version was torn down back in November. Big Red’s version carries a smaller microSIM slot (it’s also moved), presumably to cram in the Silicon Motion FCI FC8870 CDMA/EV-DO/LTE unit that’s suddenly appeared on the motherboard. Check out the full teardown at the source link below, but be warned — spilled Ice Cream Sandwiches always result in ant infestation.

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