Sprint has already announce that Samsung Galaxy Nexus as it’s first 4G LTE handset, back on January. The carrier noted that Galaxy Nexus should be available for purchase at their stores on before the first half of 2012. We haven’t heard anything about Sprint’s Galaxy Nexus, until now. Sprint is recently announce a sweepstakes promotion dubbed as Data Storm sweepstakes, which currently offer free Samsung Galaxy Nexus for it’s 30 winners.
There are three way to enter the competition. You can do it via your phone or PC, sending postcards to Sprint, or playing Data Storm mobile game. If you’re interested, you can read the fully detailed instruction in here. We suggest you to read the rules, terms, and conditions carefully before you finally decide to enter the competition.
According to Sprint’s announcement, the competition will end on April 5. So, there’s a great chance for Sprint to officially release the Samsung Galaxy Nexus the moment after that. There’s no pricing details revealed yet, but we have a strong faith that Sprint will follow Verizon’s $299 on contract offer for it’s Galaxy Nexus.
Both Verizon and Sprint’s Galaxy Nexus are identical. They’re posses 4G LTE Radio, 4.65 inch Super AMOLED screen, NFC Chip, Google Wallet. Deep under it’s hood, lies a 1.2GHz dual-core processors, 1GB RAM and 32GB internal data storage. Run on Android 4.0, this handset also posses dual-camera unit, 5.0 megapixels on the back and 1.3 megapixels on the front.