Want an LTE Galaxy Nexus, but don't want to switch away from Sprint? That's understandable, we should always stick with the carrier who works best for us. Here's some (possibly) good news -- just a little while after Sprint announced their initial markets for LTE, the above ad for a Sprint LTE Galaxy Nexus appeared on the web, and there's another version showing a 1.5GHz processor, slightly faster than the 1.2GHz proc in the current versions. We've always said that each carrier would likely announce their own version of the GNex, and if this is more than just a mean-spirited prank we just may hear a bit more at CES come next week. Or not -- CTIA often is Sprint's big show. In the meantime, feel free to speculate and/or dance with joy.
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