After an ad accidentally was posted on CNET last week before CES, Sprint has now made it official via their LTE landing page that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be gracing the Now Network with it’s presence this year. The quick specs list it as having 16GB internal memory (as opposed to the 32GB on Verizon) and full integration with Google Wallet. There is no release date, but you can signup for more information.
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