What could very well be a rather large screw up by someone over at Sprint, it appears that they will be getting a Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G LTE version which will sport a rather beefy 1.5GHz chip stuffed inside of it. This bit of news is courtesy of an ad that is (still) appearing on CNet’s website regarding a Nikon camera.
This was most likely going to be one, if not the biggest, announcement by Sprint at CES this year which seems to have been outted a little too early. You can check the ad out yourself over on the CNet article if it is still up although we can guess it’ll be taken down rather quickly at some point.
This device will most likely be their flagship device for their new 4G LTE network which is currently expanding and this device was set to be announced, most likely, at CES. This will be a dual-core 1.5GHz chipset which makes this faster than the current unlocked version which sports a 1.2Ghz processor. Even if this is a big slip up, it makes for some happy Sprint users. So who on Sprint is going to run out and grab this when it launches?
Website Referenced: Droid-Life