If you've been waiting for Verizon's carrier-branded version of the Nexus 6 to hit stores so you can save a little cash on a subsidized phone, you won't have to wait much longer. A tipster sent a photo to Android Police that appears to show a rollout schedule for Verizon's next round of phone releases displayed on a company intranet or presentation. The Nexus 6 (or at least Verizon's model with a scarlet V) is scheduled to be released on February 26th.
Verizon's model of the N6 will probably be identical to the ones on the Play Store and other carriers, at least in terms of hardware - the vanilla phone already has a Verizon CDMA-LTE compatible radio. The only difference will be the extra branding and, almost certainly, some carrier-specific software tweaks. It's also reasonable to assume that Verizon models will be locked down and unable to function with other carriers in the US [Update: Verizon employees in the comments section say that this is apparently not Verizon's current policy for LTE devices, unlike the N6 on AT&T.] There's no word on a price, but expect it to be in line with AT&T and the like for subsidized and off-contract phones. (Please, for the love of God, don't buy a Nexus 6 off-contract that's locked to Verizon.)
The carrier will also get the Samsung Galaxy Core Prime on March 5th, a budget phone originally released for the international market back in November. It's a relatively small 4.5-inch device with an 800x480 screen, a Snapdragon 410 processor, 8GB of on-board storage space, just one gigabyte of RAM, and a 5MP rear camera. For those who love the Motorola DROID Turbo's bombastic hardware but don't like the red and black color scheme, a sapphire blue model will launch on March 12th. That's sapphire as in color, not sapphire as in synthetic screen covering.