Black Friday 2012: Verizon Offers include Galaxy Nexus and "Cranberry" Droid Razr for free, Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Free

You've already read our 2012 Holiday Guide right? Well if you haven't make sure you read through it while you're shopping this Friday, or just bookmark it so you can check it out while you're shopping early Friday morning.

Verizon's Black Friday Sales flyers seem to have leaked today. It was published on Black Friday, for only a short amount of time, then taken down, probably due to someone hitting "publish" to early again. The sale included at least three free Android handsets for Black Friday which is November 23rd. The three devices we are talking about? The Galaxy Nexus, LG Lucid and the original Motorola Droid Razr which is now offered in Cranberry. You'd think as much time as Motorola spends on making new colors for their devices, they could at least push out updates faster, right?

So what about tablets? Verizon has you covered on that end as well. They are offering the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 4G LTE model for just $99. Which is the best price on this model, at least for Black Friday right now. More than likely this is on a new 2-year contract for a data plan, so you'll have to purchase a data plan or switch to one of their shared data plans. So keep that in mind when you're thinking about picking up the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 4G LTE.

We've already seen plenty of leaks for Black Friday ads in the past few weeks with some great deals on Android phones and tablets, along with accessories from the likes of Sam's Club, and Best Buy. With Black Friday only a few days away, we expect to see more becoming official in the next few days.


What devices are you looking to pick up on Black Friday this year? Maybe a Motorola Droid Razr Maxx HD, or a Nexus 10? Let us know in the comments.

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