Claiming to deliver the ‘pure Google experience’, the Sprint Samsung Galaxy Nexus is geared up for an April 22 release. Besides this network provider’s 4G LTE speeds, the device comes with the ICS treat for potential buyers.
Its highlights just cannot go unnoticed, as it has a range of features like Google Wallet and Android Beam to its advantage. Just looking at the phone smilingly unlocks it, owing to the built-in face recognition software. We hardly need to mention that the entire Google family inclusive of Google Voice and Google Play are on-board.
“Galaxy Nexus is a beautifully designed smartphone that combines the Pure Google experience with the speed of Sprint’s upcoming 4G LTE network. It represents the cutting-edge features and applications that customers expect and pairs perfectly with Sprint’s unlimited data plans to let our customers enjoy their wireless experience without worrying about overage charges or throttling,” commented Fared Adib, vice president – Product Development, Sprint.
Apart from some of its software antics, there’s a lot on the hardware side too. The offering is embedded with a 1.2GHz dual core processor and sports a 4.65-inch HD Super AMOLED display proffering 1280 x 720p resolutions. For photography purposes, there’s a 5MP snapper on the rear panel with attributes like auto focus, zero-shutter lag and 1080p video capturing capability.
The Sprint Samsung Galaxy Nexus release date and price are marked at April 22 and $199.99 with a two-year service agreement, respectively. It can now be pre-ordered from the official website.