Yesterday, during the flood of news, Sprint decided to officially announce their own version of the Galaxy Nexus by Samsung. In the initial report, based on a landing page that Sprint launched touting their upcoming 4G LTE network, it was revealed that Sprint’s version of the first phone with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich would come with only 16GB of storage. That’s compared to 32GB of storage that the Verizon version touts.
However, in a new report today coming out of MobileBurn, it looks like that initial report may have been just a minor typo. Now, Sprint is saying that their device will indeed feature 32GB of storage, which should come as good news to anyone who wants to get their hands on this device later this year.
Now, we just need to wait for a launch date and a price tag.