Many reports have claimed that Verizon is preparing to launch the Nexus 6, and the carrier has all but confirmed that plans are in motion by releasing late on Thursday a promo video on YouTube called “Nexus 6 | Demo | Verizon Wireless.” That video is now private, but the cat is out of the bag, and an announcement is probably pending — Phandroid has learned even more details about the phablet’s launch.

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According to the publication, the phone will be available in Verizon stores starting with March 12th, with marketing materials supposed to go up a day earlier. The phone was supposed to be launched on February 26th, but its release date was further pushed back.

Phandroid has also learned that the Verizon Nexus 6 will launch with Android 5.1 on board, which will bring an improved calling experience, among other things. Android 5.1 comes with an “Enhanced 4G LTE Mode,” or Advanced Calling / VoLTE in the phone’s Cellular network settings.

The Verizon Nexus 6 video the mobile operator uploaded on YouTube follows below, though it’s currently marked as private, and won’t play until Verizon reverts it back to public access.

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