Sprint's pre-order page for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is now live; mentions April 22nd release

Sprint's pre-order page for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is now live; mentions April 22nd release
After seeing a leaked signage last week hinting to the possible release date for the highly anticipated Sprint version of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, we’re now finally getting some definitive and concrete dates.

For starters, Sprint’s pre-order page for the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich powered smartphone is now live and ready to accept your cold hard cash. Specifically, you can grab yourself a pre-order right now for a cool $199.99 with a 2-year contract if you’re adamant on picking it up. Furthermore, although it’s not necessarily coming in the form of an official press release, the page also clearly mentions the following:

We'll charge your card for your phone today. Shipping: We'll do our best to get it to you before Sunday, April 22.

So what does it all mean? Well, it seems that the handset will also be touching down on April 22nd like the LG Viper, which arrives fittingly in time for Earth Day. Thankfully, you’ll have two 4G LTE smartphones to choose from come next week, but you really can’t forget about that upcoming HTC EVO 4G LTE, which is set for pre-orders starting May 7th. Indeed, you’ll need to sit down and think about things before making a brash decision.


And just like that folks, we got the official confirmation about that April 22nd release date from the folks over at Samsung. Check out the press release below for more information.

source: Sprint via Android Central

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