Sprint Galaxy Nexus is scheduled to arrive around the corner on April 15. But, according to Sprint’s internal source that spoke to S4Gru.com, the actual release date of Sprint Galaxy Nexus is April 13 or this Saturday to be more precise. Previously, there’s a report suggest that Sprint’s variant will support for 4G LTE connectivity, just like the Verizon’s model. Well, the truth is, according to the source, that Sprint Galaxy Nexus is indeed packed with LTE, but it will prompt to 3G network when it is activated. Some say this happen because Sprint’s 4G LTE network is relatively new, so it couldn’t handle too many Galaxy Nexus that work on LTE connectivity on the same time.
Other rumors suggest that Sprint Galaxy Nexus will work on a new method called as LTE Discovery mode. The handset will automatically prompted to carrier’s 3G network, but also manage to work with 4G LTE connectivity based on location. This could be a smart solution for both sides. Sprint will be able to build around more 4G sites since they’re now only posses 20o of ‘em at the moment, while customers will have the chance to save some battery lifetime. If the handset is let loose to search for 4G network that currently doesn’t exist on a location, it will quickly drain the battery life time.
Sadly, there’s no official words from Sprint until now. But we believe that the release will indeed happen exactly on the same time that was told by S4GRU’s source since there’s lot of indication that lead to that possibility.
Interested already to grab Samsung Galaxy Nexus from Sprint? Then you should wait patiently guys, the Android 4.0 handset will soon arrive at Sprint stores near your location.tags: 4G LTE, galaxy nexus, SAmsung, Sprint