Right after the Samsung Galaxy Note has been spotted on Sprint’s website, now we have news about the Galaxy Nexus heading to Sprint, thanks to Phandroid. While it wasn’t very clear if that’s the Note, about the Galaxy Nexus we have clear information, as Sprint clearly states it. Though they didn’t give any information of the device’s data connection, so we can’t be sure if it will be an LTE device or not.
Reports show that many customers are looking for 4G LTE devices, so for Sprint’s sake it should better be one of them. Even if Sprint’s LTE network doesn’t cover many areas, there are still many looking to get a 4G device.
Currently Sprint’s LTE only covers the following cities: Atlanta, Houston, Kansas City, San Antonio and Baltimore, though there are surely more to come soon.
Unfortunately Sprint didn’t state any official release date yet, but rumors say that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus will hit their stores by Sunday, April 15th, which is just a few days ago. Of course the Galaxy Nexus will come with Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box and will probably have the same specs as the one sold by other carriers.
The Galaxy Nexus features a 1.2Ghz dual-core Cortex A9 CPU, 1GB of RAM, a 5MP camera, and 16GB of internal storage, expandable via microSD. It was first released in November, 2011, and is the most successful Nexus-branded device yet.