Sprint customers, now that we’ve finally confirmed not one, not two, but three LTE devices arriving on Sprint, we feel compelled to ask just how much you want an LTE device. For what may not be obvious reasons, we think the Galaxy Nexus seems the most appealing and while it’s a little older, it remains an excellent stock Android device and retains the title of “first Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone.”
On the flipside, the LG Viper 4G also hits Sprint shelves on April 22nd and while it’s not a high-profile as the Galaxy Nexus, it’s got LTE built-in and ready to go. That leaves the HTC EVO 4G LTE, which won’t be available until sometime in the second quarter, which leaves May and June. With phone priced at $199.99 and $99.99, Sprint’s first LTE devices are right in line with their current handset lineup and so we wonder, are you eager to pick one up? Does the lack of Sprint’s LTE network affect that decision or are you a forward thinker willing to go “early-adopter?”
What say you?