It seems that a LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus might be making its way to Sprint, thanks to an advertisement which was published by accident on one of CNET’s CES pages. This phone resides on Verizon Wireless at the moment, and to see it appear on a different carrier gives consumers options, since Sprint has just announced that their 4G LTE network will be arriving sometime in the first half of this year – which is a good six months before the world comes to an end according to the Mayans. When contacted, a spokeswoman from Sprint remained mum as per public disclosure policy, so we will just have to play the waiting game to see whether the Galaxy Nexus will actually arrive on Sprint one of these days. I am in favor of it, otherwise such an ad would not have been completed – what do you think? Perhaps Sprint might make an announcement of the Galaxy Nexus’ impending arrival CES, so we hope to be there to catch the ball when it drops.
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