According to the latest info from the FCC, the Galaxy Nexus is on track to be released on Sprint’s network in the near future. The new device (model number Samsung SPH-L700) sports LTE band 25, which is the 1900MHz frequency Sprint has chosen to use for their next-gen mobile network. This means it’s essentially a “4G” model, if you believe Sprint’s marketing. Continue reading “Galaxy Nexus Coming to Sprint” »
Today, Samsung and Google officially announced the Galaxy Nexus smartphone. The event was broadcast live on YouTube from Hong Kong.
Galaxy Nexus is the first smartphone to run Android 4.0, codenamed “Ice Cream Sandwich”. This is a major leap forward for Android, as it unifies the smartphone and tablet development lines, to form a single codebase for devices going forward. It’s a state-of-the-art mobile operating system, with plenty of goodies for regulars and power users alike.