If you're on Sprint and aren't willing to wait yet another month for the announcement of Samsung's Galaxy S III line of smartphones, maybe you'll want to look towards another successful piece of Samsung hardware: the Galaxy Nexus.
According to an alleged, leaked Sprint document, the carrier's version of the Galaxy Nexus will hit stores on April 22nd. That date puts the Nexus' launch exactly one month ahead of its rival sibling's.
If you aren't on Sprint, though, you might be better served with another carrier. This version of the Galaxy Nexus includes the ability to be hooked up to Sprint's LTE network – a network that doesn't yet exist in the majority of the country. Verizon, on the other hand, has LTE in a much larger set of cities and also already has the Galaxy Nexus available for purchase. AT&T, a carrier that also has a few LTE markets, is said to be getting the phone soon; in fact, Ma Bell's device is allegedly in its testing stages.
If you're not in a contract at the moment and you want a Nexus, which one would you purchase? Will you purchase either of them at all, or are you waiting for the GSIII announcement?[BGR | TechnoBloom]