I really don't expect another Nexus on Verizon, let me preface this with that statement. I also fully expect to abandon Verizon and my unlimited data plan if, as I expect, the new Nexus will not be available on Verizon. But I'm curious about the reasoning. The two big reasons I can think of are: 1. CDMA. Google came out and basically said this a while ago that they don't support CDMA. But is this moot now that the S600/S800 have built-in CDMA baseband? If Google can do a Nexus 7 with LTE that runs on all US carriers, why can't they do the same for a Nexus phone, since the device would almost certainly have a Qualcomm SOC in it with build in CDMA radios? 2. Or is it Verizon and their need to test thoroughly (so they say, some of the updates would beg to differ) and mess with the phone's pure experience and prevent things like google wallet from working with the device? I keep telling myself there's a snowball's chance in hell of another Nexus phone on Verizon, but I can't seem to distinguish that small pilot flame of hope that when the Nexus supports LTE (which it hopefully will this time around), we may see it on Verizon. Just though of reason 3. though I admit it's a bit farfetched - what if GE (Google Edition) phones are replacing the Nexus line of phones? If that's any indicator, Google certainly has no plans to ever have a phone on Verizon or we'd have seen a GE Galaxy S4 on Verizon.