We got a chance to see the Sprint Galaxy Nexus briefly at CES when Sprint announced that it was in fact making it way to them soon. Sprint’s version is supposed to become available during the first half of 2012, but they have not finalized the pricing or specific launch dates for the Galaxy Nexus yet. There are plenty of hearsay rumors out there.
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The Sprint version of the Galaxy Nexus aside from the Sprint logo, will have 32gb of storage but the rest of the details are up in the air. The rumor mill is putting a quicker processor and larger battery into it, but we’ll just have to wait and see. As Chuong indicated during CES 2012, Sprint was being very cautious when showing the phone.
Though Sprint had allowed us to see the Galaxy Nexus in person, the device was well-guarded and Now Network did not allow us to film or capture many images of the device as the hardware and software is still being finalized at this point.
The worst part of CES for me is the wait for the actual devices to launch. I can’t tell you how many devices I’ve seen in the Pocket PC and Smartphone world get announced at CES and never make it to market or make it really, really late. HP and Velocity Mobile come to mind!