Samsung Galaxy Nexus may launch on Sprint in April, here is how to win one

Samsung Galaxy Nexus may launch on Sprint in April, here is how to win one
Psst, wanna win a Samsung Galaxy Nexus? Of course you do! Well, Sprint is giving you the chance to grab one with its Data Storm sweepstakes, which will run through April 5. A total of 30 Galaxy Nexus smartphones are up for grabs, and participating in the sweepstakes is as easy as pie.

All you need to do is to fill out the form, which is available on the Sprint Data Storm web page. You can submit one more form each day, thus increasing your chances of winning. And if you want to go beyond the one-submission-per-day limit, you can get one more entry each day if you play the Data Storm online game and find the Magic Datadrop. 

The winners in the Sprint Data Storm sweepstakes will be drawn on April 16, suggesting that the carrier might launch the Samsung Galaxy Nexus on or around that date. And just like its Verizon counterpart, the smartphone will run on LTE airwaves for speedy internet access on the go. If you would like to enter the sweepstakes, just follow the source link below.

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source: Sprint

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13. nmerry77

Posts: 39; Member since: Mar 28, 2010

Are there any winners yet??????

12. parkwaydr

Posts: 572; Member since: Sep 07, 2011

I tipped this like two days ago, wtf pa?

10. GeekMovement unregistered

I'd rather not. Too many terms and conditions to agree upon. I like the giveaways here at PhoneArena a lot better.

7. skymitch89

Posts: 1453; Member since: Nov 05, 2010

I'm just wondering how much this phone will cost off contract. I might consider getting it if it isn't over $600 and I can manage to get that much saved up. Otherwise I'll just wait and see what comes out by the end of this year and/or beginning of next year.

8. knights4life03

Posts: 131; Member since: Jun 09, 2011

It will most likely be $500 but no more than 600 and plus u can get it gor less on for less brand spankin new.


Posts: 1461; Member since: Mar 09, 2010

I may get this, However this phone is already out dated and should have been offered months ago. The real benefit of this phone is the all Google experience , and ASOP development., which I am down for. I hoe all antenna signals are strong.

4. threeline

Posts: 325; Member since: Sep 11, 2011

It is out dated but will be the best phone by far that Sprint has to offer, so that tells you all about their phone selection or lack there of. I feel bad for us at Sprint, sporadic 4G at best, no LTE and will be a slow rollout I promise, bad phone selection that hasn't seen a new release of sny kind since Sept (Epic Touch). Not good for me to re-up. I hope they don't play the same game VZW did with the Galaxy Nexus release, that would just be plain stupid and I will surely leave, give us a solid release date soon and stick to it!


Posts: 1461; Member since: Mar 09, 2010

Not true, we have the iPhone! lol I think they have to slowly introduce new phones hoping to boost iPhone sales. What they don't realize is that most of us will not buy a iPhone. Don't get me wrong iPhone is great for some, and as the father of all of the new found performance that PCS hand sets have today was inspired by iPhone, it won't ever end up on my short list of devices. LTE delays is another issue all of its own

6. skymitch89

Posts: 1453; Member since: Nov 05, 2010

Just because you don't like any of the phones on Sprint doesn't mean that they have bad phones. I have the Evo Shift and am fairly content with it, though I would like a screen more like the one on the Epic. In my opinion the Evo, Evo Shift, Evo 3D, Evo Design, Epic, Epic Touch, iPhone 4, and the iPhone 4s are all great phones; and I even have to include the Optimus S as a decent phone.

9. threeline

Posts: 325; Member since: Sep 11, 2011

The whole Evo line, excluding the mid-range Design, is over a year and the Evo 4G is two years old! I don't want a mid-range phone. The Epic, which I have is 18 months old as well, so that leaves the Epic Touch and Iphone 4S are the most recent phones worth a look at. I will clarify my statement, Sprint has a bad selection or no selection of high end phones.

11. lsutigers

Posts: 832; Member since: Mar 08, 2009

Dude, what are you talking about? Show me a phone on another carrier that is THAT MUCH BETTER than the EVO 3D, PHOTON 4G and GALAXY SII Epic 4G Touch. They have the holy iPhone. They have the lastest Blackberries and are getting a new Nokia WP. Thats not counting the midrange EVO Shift 4G and EVO Design 4G, Motorola Admiral, Nexus S 4G and Samsung Conquer 4G which your'e average consumer is happy with, here of course, we like top of the line ; ). They are pretty competitive. Just because they haven't come out with ANOTHER new phone within the last 2 weeks doesnt mean their phones are bad. I will admit, the only thing they are missing is a 720p screen and NFC, 12+ NFC phones are coming by years end. They will soon be getting the Nexus which is less powerful that the GSII E4GT. BTW, I picked up a Nexus and went back to my GSII Epic 4G Touch, faster phone and the screen is just as amazing, the only thing is lack of NFC, thats about it. If you want ICS you can load a custom ROM, if your'e not into rooting, you can get the GO launcher from the market and make your phone look very close to ICS. Some people are just too hard to please...

2. tward291

Posts: 559; Member since: Feb 14, 2012

i willl never understand why google only lauched it on verizon really and you want go head to head with apple but you get punked by the carriers lol

1. K1N9J

Posts: 17; Member since: Jul 26, 2011

Will this ever come to AT&T?

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