Monday at CES 2012 was a huge day for Android phone announcements. LG announced the LG Spectrum for Verizon. Huawei announced the Ascend P1 S, Samsung announced the Galaxy Note to AT&T and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 4G/LTE to Verizon Wireless.
The other really big announcement was that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus was headed to Sprint with 4G/LTE in tow. Sprint announced on Monday that 4 Sprint 4G LTE markets were testing and would be available to customers in the first part of the year.
Sprint said they plan to have at least 10 markets by the end of this year and many more in 2013.
As for the Galaxy Nexus, it does see a slight processor upgrade to 1.5ghz and unlike the Verizon Wireless version, it will come with Google Wallet on board. Google Wallet was first introduced on Sprint’s Samsung Galaxy S 4G.