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Sprint Might Introduce Samsung Galaxy Nexus as it’s First 4G LTE Device

Friday, January 6th 2012. | Android News

There’s no official words from Sprint about their plan to announce Samsung Galaxy Nexus as their first 4G LTE device. But recently, we spotted their advertisement banner on Cnet sites that suggest the Android ICS smartphone would come to the carrier. Sadly, if you click the learn more button, you’ll be immediately prompted to 404 error pages.

Previously, Sprint has made a statement that they will starts to provide 4G LTE networks coverage for Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, and Atlanta, on the half of 2012. This is might be the perfect time for Sprint to add Samsung Galaxy Nexus in their inventory.

The handset itself is now available in Verizon Wireless, which is currently asked for $299 plus two years contract for it. If Samsung Galaxy Nexus is really come to Sprint, then it should be priced around that.Sprint will introduce Galaxy Nexus as it's first 4G LTE device

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