Are you looking to get in on some of the 4G LTE action by Sprint? As announced earlier, Sprint has started selling Samsung Galaxy Nexus for just $199 with a two-year agreement, which went for pre-sale last week. In case you don’t know, Sprint has completely sold out of its Galaxy Nexus pre-order inventory a couple of days ago. If you want Samsung’s first Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS powered device, but you don’t want to break the bank, and if you are looking for a cheaper price tag than the original price tag, a couple of online retailers have nice deals for you. Both the Wirefly and Walmart stores are now letting you to purchase the Sprint’s 4G LTE based Galaxy Nexus for just $149.99 on a two-year contract with the carrier.
For $149.99, you’ll be getting Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS, 4.65″ Super JD AMOLED display at 720×1280 resolution with 316 ppi, 5MP rear-facing camera with 1080p HD video recording capability, 32GB Internal storage 1GB RAM, powered 1.2GHz Dual-core processor, NFC functionality with Google Wallet support and 1850mAh battery to power everything. Good new is that Sprint’s version of the Galaxy Nexus is running Android 4.0.4, which is the newer build of the Android OS, while Verizon’s GNex is still officially running on Android 4.0.2, which has not received an update in almost 5 months.
Wirefly’s deal is applicable for both the new and existing Sprint customers, while Walmart is selling it for $249.99 with a “2-yr service contract renewal” plan. Sprint already mentioned that if you activate a Google Wallet account within a week of purchasing Galaxy Nexus will get $50 credit – That means you will get a $10 instant credit and an additional $40 credit “within two weeks.”
Head over to Walmart and Wirefly websites to grab the Samsung Galaxy Nexus LTE by Sprint for just $149.99 on a two-year contract with the carrier. Sprint lets you to purchase it for a full retail price tag of $549.99, sans the contract.