Sprint’s Samsung Galaxy Nexus stops at FCC


Sprint seems to be lagging behind when it comes to the devices it offers. While AT&T already has the Galaxy Note, for example, Sprint's variant is still anxiously awaiting its release. Another unfortunate example is the Galaxy Nexus, but it looks like things are getting a little farther along as the phone passed through the FCC today. 

To the right, you can see the still-awesome-looking Galaxy Nexus, and this exact model will be the one that will eventually make its way to Sprint stores and, hopefully, into your pockets. 

Unfortunately, this is the part of the post where the bad news is written. The FCC listing has absolutely no new information about the device except that it is, indeed, Sprint's variation. 

I'd expect to see this Galaxy Nexus soon, though. The device is getting a little old by Android device standards, so the release would have to be within the coming months. 

Are any of you who are on Sprint wanting this phone, or have you moved onto the carrier's other offerings? 

[Android Central]
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