The image above is a leaked Verizon training sheet, comparing the Samsung Galaxy Nexus to the HTC Rezound and the Motorola DROID RAZR. The training sheet doesn’t give us any new information about the devices, but it does give us another confirmation that Verizon will have the Galaxy Nexus exclusively (at least at first).
On the training sheet, it says “Verizon Wireless is the exclusive launch partner for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G LTE.” That pretty much confirms what we had thought previously: Verizon will get the Galaxy Nexus exclusively at first, and then after a certain period of time (who knows how long) the phone will start showing up on some of the other carriers in the U.S.
There’s also another leaked image (see below) that confirms this and has also confirmed that Verizon will be getting the 32 GB version of the Galaxy Nexus (not the 16 GB) and will be selling it for $299 with a 2-year contract. On a side note, Android Central got a Costco inventory leak showing that Costco will be selling the Galaxy Nexus at a $10 discount at $289.