Those who already own a Samsung Galaxy Nexus will probably flip at the news that the handset's Sprint version will be available in stores in the latter parts of April. Several sources confirm that the recent version will be released on the 22nd of April. Costumers have been waiting for this Nexus version phone since December of last year, and now finally the long wait is over.
The new Sprint Samsung Galaxy Nexus may not have any more upgrades or alterations, except for the 1.5 GHz processor aside from the 1.2GHz version of Verizon. The previous version is already excellent as it is, and the only thing they could do was make it faster than what it is at the moment.
An employee from Walmart was said to be the informant of the device's release. According to the Verge, the Samsung handset will be launched at a Walmart store called the Sam's Club on April 22.
The blog site also says there may also be a new Google Wallet integration software aside from the 1.5GHz processor. The source has also confirmed that there will be no revisions from its old version.
Here are the reasons why Samsung Galaxy Nexus is so great. The 4.65 inch AMOLED screen with 1280 x 720 resolution. The High Definition screen allows viewing movies and other multimedia files enjoyable.
It has the taste of the latest Android 4.0 ICS operating system. This is a major plus in the handset's performance as it brings out the best in the phone.
Another reason to love the handset is the 4G LTE feature which makes internet connection through the phone ultra-fast.
Furthermore, the multimedia features of the phone specifically its audio, front camera and 5 MP rear cameras are awesome.
Not to mention another primary feature it has is the Near Field Communication which allows users to quickly transfer data and pay bills from different devices.
The Galaxy Nexus is equipped with the latest Google ICS, making it more costly compared to the Samsung Galaxy S2. Surely, this new version will make great sales, because since its first launch it has been garnering great reactions compared to other Nexus phones.