The Samsung Galaxy Nexus may not be the hot topic on the Internet anymore, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t still plenty of people out there eagerly waiting to get their hands on it. Especially Sprint subscribers. And the anticipation has only gotten worse for most folks after Sprint officially announced the device’s incoming status. Of course, we’re still waiting for Sprint to officially announce a price and release date, but good things come to those who wait.
As of right now, the only thing we know is that the Galaxy Nexus for Sprint will feature 32GB of built-in storage, and it will run on Sprint’s brand new 4G LTE network. As for anything else, well, it’s just a guess. We have no idea when the handset will launch, as Sprint is vaguely putting it at a “mid-2012″ launch, which leaves an open window to throw stones at, hoping for a hit. Until then, though, you could always hit up the brand new sign-up page for the device over at Google, so you can be the first to learn new information on the device whenever Google or Sprint are ready to announce something.