Galaxy Nexus for Sprint rumored to launch on April 15

According to an internal Sprint source, the Galaxy Nexus will show up on Sprint shelves on April 15. Just over three months since the Verizon version launched and mere months away from the launch of Samsung’s next flagship: the Galaxy S III.

Still, Sprint could use this phone on its network, even if the Nexus heyday has already come and gone. The Nexus line is like the Galaxy line, or the Droid line, or even the iPhone line. It is a brand people trust, and will offer solid option to power users bumbling into Sprint stores.

Unfortunately, Sprint’s 4G LTE network is not quite ready to roll, which means that your 4G capable Sprint Galaxy Nexus will be serving up 3G speeds out of the box. But do not fret. You can still toggle 4G LTE on the settings.

The Galaxy Nexus have 4.65-inch 720p HD Super AMOLED display, a 1.5GHz dual-core OMAP processor, NFC support, and runs the latest version of Android: Ice Cream Sandwich. It is truly really a beauty, and Sprint subs are in need of something special.


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