An yet-to-be-released Samsung handset has passed thorough the FCC doors on Thursday. It is none other than the Samsung Galaxy Nexus handset, which is slated to release on Sprint’s emerging 4G LTE network. The handset hits FCC, baring the model number SPH-L700. FCC documents have confirmed that has got LTE radio that uses the 1900 MHz bands of the Sprint’s upcoming LTE network.
Sprint branded Samsung Galaxy Nexus handset’s FCC filling has also confirmed CDMA and EV-DO support, voice, NFC capabilities, as well as Bluetooth. While the Galaxy Nexus handset has been finally approved by U.S. Government’s FCC rules and regulations, we can bet that handset will be hitting the Sprint’s stores very soon or we might be a few steps closer to the release window.
Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich OS running Samsung Galaxy Nexus for Sprint will sport the same specifications as that of the Verizon’s GNex version, including the It will feature the same 4.65-inch HD Super AMOLED display with 1280 X 720p resolution, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor (instead of the 1.2GHz dual-core chipset on international and Verizon editions) 32GB memory storage, enhanced 5 megapixels camera, NFC with Google Wallet support and more. Sprint has yet to announce an official release date and the release date of the Galaxy Nexus handset. FYI, Sprint is already accepting registrations on its official website for this handset to keep you updated about the handset’s release status.