Through the Sprint Galaxy Nexus registration page, potential users can now stay updated with the latest information on the handset as well as the products, services and features that are offered with it. To subscribe, simply head over to the official Google Nexus website and fill in all the required details by clicking the register now button.
This Kansas-based network carrier has already made the arrival of Samsung’s ‘pure Google’ smartphone official. In addition to the Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS, Android Central states that the variant headed towards Sprint is most likely the first handset to launch with 4G LTE support through the carrier. Verizon Wireless has already got hold of this device for over a month now. And just recently, its price pegged on Amazon dropped to just under $100, compared to the official $299 rate on the aforementioned carrier’s website.
For Sprint, the handset is expected to house a 32GB internal storage capacity that is backed by 1GB of RAM, an HD Super AMOLED contour display that stretches upto 4.65 inches diagonally with a 1280 x 720 pixel resolution and an 1850mAh Li-ion battery. Also fitted within the dimensions of 67.94mm x 135.5mm x 9.47mm is a 1.2 GHz dual core processor, a 5MP continuous auto-focus lens with a LED flash, zero shutter lag and 1080p video recording as well as a 1.3MP front facing camera for making video calls.
The Sprint Galaxy Nexus price and availability details aren’t disclosed by the company at the moment. Users can sign up for additional information on the upcoming smartphone through the registration page on the Google Nexus website.