After months in the offing, the S4GRU news site says it has received confirmation from a source within the network.
The launch will come three months after the 4.65-inch, 720p HD device made an exclusive debut on Verizon and probably around the same time as the long-awaited Samsung Galaxy S3.
No 4G yet
With Sprint yet to roll-out it's 4G LTE infrastructure, new Galaxy Nexus owners will be unable to access next-generation speeds offered by the device (and indeed Verizon).
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When Sprint does get around to going LTE, users will be able to toggle to 4G within the Android settings.
At present, the 1.2GHz dual-core, NFC-enabled smartphone, probably remains the front-runner in terms of Android 4.0 devices currently on sale.
Is it a case of better late than never for Sprint or too little too late?