Galaxy Nexus Soon To Be Available On Sprint

The most recent version of the Google-optimized smartphone line perhaps going to have Sprint very soon.

This conclusion has been drawn when a Sprint ad (pictured) emerged on Cnet.com, along with few other sites, declaring that the Galaxy Nexus was “the first 4G LTE phone from Sprint.”

The ad displayes a “4.65-inch HD Super AMOLED screen” as well as a “1.5 GHz Dual-Core Processor.” This features quite resembles to Galaxy Nexus.

Once the ad created a stir around the mobilephone industry, it seems to have been pulled. But clearly it’s still making waves.

To produce the Galaxy Nexus Google had an active part and at present this is the only phone that runs on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) which is only available on Verizon currently.

However, the Nexus brand is famous for being carrier agnostic, and with Sprint now launching its own LTE network just similar to Verizon, the shift shouldn’t be too hard from a manufacturing perspective.

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