Sprint Samsung Galaxy Nexus Features and Tech Breakdown

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The Samsung Galaxy  Nexus 4G Android smartphone debuted on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE system as exclusive to that wireless carrier. But recently Sprint was also contracted to offer the best selling and popular Samsung Galaxy  Nexus 4G, and that device arrived in the United States for Sprint customers on April 22 of this year. The handset contains all the high-end features of the original Verizon Galaxy  Nexus 4G, and to totally harness all the power that handset provides, Sprint recently launched their first 4G LTE platform in the United States. The handset delivers a large high-resolution screen, powerful dual core processor, high-resolution video capture and ICS 4.0 operating system out-of-the-box.

The Galaxy Nexus was the first handset to deliver the Android Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) operating system out-of-the-box to the United States when it arrived on the Verizon wireless system, and the new Sprint Galaxy Nexus 4G delivers Android’s 4.0.4 out-of-the-box. A recent announcement by Google stated that the Galaxy Nexus would receive an upgrade over the air to the new Jelly Bean 4.1 operating system by the end of the third quarter in the US, but did not announce specific roll-out dates.

The handset delivers Near Field Communications (NFC) wireless access out-of-the-box, supporting popular retail payment processing applications like Google Wallet and data share apps like Android Beam. With the Google Wallet you can preset your preferred payment type, and when paying for purchases at brick-and-mortar retail outlets which also support NFC technology, a simple wave of your phone by an NFC payment processor pays for your transaction. Android Beam wirelessly shares data, pictures and other information by gently tapping your Sprint Galaxy Nexus with another Android Beam enabled device.

The Sprint Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G marks the first time the ICS OS has been offered by Sprint device, and the 4.65 inch Super AMOLED display is operated with standard multitouch, capacitive gestures. That screen is protected by a scratch resistant and glare reducing layer of Corning Gorilla Glass, and both screen resolution and pixel density runs to the high-end of the 4G smartphone marketplace. Overall display resolution is 720 x 1,280 pixels, offered at 316 pixels per inch.

In the hardware set on board the Sprint Galaxy Nexus 4G, Samsung chose a Texas Instruments OMAP 4460 microchip suite to handle device operations. That chip package is centered around a dual core 1.2 GHz Cortex A9 CPU that benefits from a graphics specific PowerVR SGX540 chip. The handset delivers the most out-of-the-box storage of any smartphone at 32 GB, and 1.0 GB of RAM system memory is on board. Video capture is provided at 1,080P HD resolution by the rear facing 5.0 megapixel camcorder, and a 1.3 megapixel chat cam is around front.  View the recently reduced price tag for the Sprint Galaxy Nexus 4G.  We are not permitted to advertise the reduced price, but we can assure you its worth checking out!!

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