Sprint Galaxy Nexus Now Has 4G LTE Network

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The Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G was the first to deliver the long anticipated, at that time, Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) Android 4.0 operating system to a US handset. That was back in December of last year when the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network was the fortunate recipient of the best selling Android smartphone. Recently that device debuted on the Sprint wireless network in the United States, and Sprint just last month rolled out their new 4G LTE system in the US across the nation, finally giving the a powerful processor and 4G LTE connectivity of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G a cellular super-speedway worthy of its feature set.

The Samsung Galaxy Nexus for Sprint is on sale now starting at $79.99.

Whenever multiple wireless carriers offer the same handset, and that handset is in great demand, the customer is the eventual winner. To that end Sprint recently lowered the retail price of their Galaxy Nexus 4G to make it the least it is been said handset they sell, giving it “bargain bin” status, with a high-end feature set. Delivering one of the largest high resolution screens of any smartphone, a speedy and powerful processor, and high resolution video capture, the Sprint Galaxy Nexus 4G also offers Near field Communications (NFC) wireless retail payment support out-of-the-box.

The handset is full of Google integration, including Google Search, Google Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Google Talk and Picasa apps pre-installed. The 4.65 inch Super AMOLED display on the Sprint Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G boasts a high end pixel density of 316 pixels per inch, with an overall screen resolution of 720 x 1,280 pixels. That screen renders visuals in more than 16 million unique colors, and standard light and proximity sensors are built into the display.

Allowing the 1.2 GHz dual core central processor to handle more important processes and requests is a graphics dedicated chip that handles and focuses on graphics processing only. The handset also contains 1.0 GB of RAM system memory, and delivers the most built-in, out-of-the-box, user accessible data storage of any smartphone at 32 GB.

The rear facing 5.0 megapixel camcorder offers continuous auto focus while video recording, zero shutter lag, a single-motion panoramic mode, and an LED flash, and records video at 1,080P HD resolution. A front facing 1.3 megapixel chat cam is also on board, offering portrait snapshot capability and video call support. Built-in hotspot functionality allows you to use your Sprint Galaxy Nexus 4G Android smartphone as a wireless hub for up to 10 additional wireless devices.

Buy the Samsung Galaxy Nexus for Sprint now starting at $79.99.

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