We already published a story that Samsung Galaxy Nexus is about to become the carrier’s first phone on Sprint’s new 4G LTE network. Galaxy Nexus is the perfect starting point for Sprint’s 4G LTE smartphone lineup. We got an idea at Sprint’s Galaxy Nexus, with an upgraded 1.5GHz dual-core processor, instead of the 1.2Ghz dual-core chipset of Verizon’s Galaxy Nexus version and there is a 4.5-inch Super HD AMOLED 720p display.
Sprint’s official website says it’s own version of the Galaxy Nexus feature 16GB of storage, as opposed to Verizon’s 32GB and we know that it spoils your excitement on Sprint’s Galaxy Nexus handset. Well, you can get relax now. Sprint has confirmed to Mobile Burn that its Galaxy Nexus variant will be housing 32GB of memory storage, confirming that handset’s landing page on website had the specification incorrect. Sprint has yet to update the landing page of the Galaxy Nexus handset. Sprint’s variant will have full support for Google Wallet transactions over NFC functionality. But, Google Wallet functionality has been prominently missing from Verizon’s GNex handset.Of course, we’ve an unofficial app for that thing.
As usual, Sprint’s Galaxy Nexus runs pure version of the Android 4.0.x Ice Cream Sandwich OS. Pricing and availability details haven’t been made available, but has been confirmed to launch in the 1st half of 2012.
Via: Mobile Burn