Verizon’s exclusivity over the Galaxy Nexus by Samsung here in the States is running out, and Sprint is the next carrier to get their hands on the device for their own personal network. While we still don’t have an exact launch date quite yet, that’s not stopping the rumor mill from spilling out information that leads to the belief that it is coming sooner, rather than later. This time around, we’ve got the internal training slides for Sprint employees, in hopes to getting trained up on the new device landing on shelves soon.
The slides are exactly what you think they are, and they provide all sorts of information. They confirm what we already know in that Google Wallet is indeed coming along for the ride, that it will be touting 4G LTE-connectivity, and it will be powered along with a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, just like Verizon’s option.
Not all bad news, that’s for sure. Many would have liked to have seen a 1.5GHz dual-core option in Sprint’s version, but if the slides pan out, then it looks like that won’t be the case.
via Android Police