Lucky news for those of you waiting for the much awaited Samsung Galaxy Nexus handset on Sprint network. The handset is finally making its way to Sprint’s initial attempt into 4G LTEs service. There’s a new page at Google’s website where you can sign-up to be notified when Sprint starts selling the Samsung-made Google Galaxy Nexus handset. Keep in mind this is not pre-order page. During the CES 2012 event, Sprint has officially announced its version of the Galaxy Nexus handset with 16GB on-board, but later the carrier has confirmed that the handset will house full 32GB memory capacity.
In case you missed it, Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the first phone to feature the new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS and the handset is currently rocking the Verizon’s LTE network. Other features are including 4.65 Super HD AMOLED display with 1280 X 720 pixels of resolution, powered by an upgraded 1.5GHz dual-core processor (Verizon’s GNex is having 1.2GHz chipset), 1GB RAM to keep thing running smoothly, 5MP camera with 1080p HD video recording capability, front-facing HD camera to make video chats, Google Wallet services, Wi-Fi, micro USB 2.0, and much more.
Read: Samsung Galaxy Nexus Sprint Full Specifications.
So, who wants the latest 4G LTE capable Samsung Galaxy Nexus on Sprint’s network. Head on over to Google website and register to receive word on details such as release date and pre-order availability of the handset. Or else you keep following Gadgetian and find out even quicker