Sprint Unveils First LTE Launch Devices, Including Galaxy Nexus – Available Sometime in the Second Half of 2012

Sprint last week announced that they’ll be launching ten initial LTE cities (including Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio) sometime before the first half of this year, though LTE handsets won’t show up until later this year. Confirming some premature advertisements, Sprint at CES this week confirmed that one of the first LTE smartphones they’ll offer users will be the Google Samsung Galaxy Nexus, in addition to the LG Viper smartphone and a Sierra Wireless mobile hotspot that will support the company’s EVDO, LTE and Mobile WiMax networks. Sprint didn’t give launch dates or pricing for any of the new devices, but says they plan to offer 15 LTE-capable devices before the end of 2012.

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