Samsung Galaxy Nexus May Launch On Sprint According To Advertisement
How’s this for pre-CES buzz? According to an advertisement that recently ran on a CNET blog post, Sprint is expected to launch the Samsung Galaxy Nexus as its first 4G LTE smartphone. Sprint is on the precipice of moving off WiMAX towards 4G LTE, so it is no surprise to Sprint preparing to launch smartphones and other devices that can take advantage of its 4G LTE network.
The ad, which you can see above, clearly shows the Samsung Galaxy Nexus running on Sprint’s 4G LTE network equipped with the same 4.65 inch HD screen, but also a 1.5GHz dual-core processor. It still retains the same Android Ice Cream Sandwich software and will remain a pure Google experience device leading the way with future software updates. It will likely succeed the Nexus S 4G as well.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus launching on Sprint makes sense since there is already a CDMA model available on Verizon and Sprint operates on CDMA as well. A full announcement is expected to occur during CES 2012, which is taking place on January 10th.
It will be interesting to see if the iconic Samsung Galaxy Nexus can help bring more subscribers to the Now Network.
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