Samsung might be introducing its next Galaxy line of phones soon, but that doesn't mean the company is going to give up on its current products. Just like the rumors said, Sprint's version of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be released on April 22nd, this Sunday.
This version of the Galaxy Nexus does come with a few special features thanks to it being on Sprint. For starters, it will eventually be able to connect to Sprint's non-existent LTE network. It'll also be equipped with Google Wallet capabilities - something that Verizon's version is missing. If you sign up, Google will help you get started with the service by giving you an instant $10 credit in your account with an additional $40 coming in within the first three weeks that you own the device.
The best part of Sprint's Galaxy Nexus is the price: it'll be just $200 on a two-year contract. When you subtract the $50 worth of free Google Wallet credits you get, you're essentially paying just $150 for the device. That's half of what Verizon charges, by the way.
Of course, Sprint is also rumored to be getting the Galaxy Note soon, as well. If you're interested in a new Sprint phone, which are you going to choose?[CNET]