As anticipated early last week, Sprint began selling the Samsung Galaxy Nexus today, Sunday, April 22, 2012. It can be purchased from Sprint for $200 and a 2-year contract. The device also comes bloatware-free and has the new Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.
According to CNET, the phone is very close to the Verizon Nexus, which has been available since December 2011. There is an incentive to purchasing the phone from Sprint, however. From now until May 22, 2012, if the phone and a Google Wallet account are activated, consumers will receive a $50 credit in their Google Wallet account.Read more
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