Sprint originally announced that it'd be offering the Samsung Galaxy Nexus way back at the beginning of January, but something that the carrier didn't mention at the time (and still hasn't) is when the thing will actually be launching. If a newly-leaked Sam's Club document is to be believed, though, the Sprint Galaxy Nexus is only a few weeks out. The doc shows that the Galaxy Nexus may be hitting Sam's Club stores on Sunday, April 22nd, with the LG Viper purportedly coming a week earlier on the 15th. There's also a mention of a Samsung Intensity III for Verizon, likely a follow-up to the Intensity II feature phone, that's due on April 26th.
So will we finally see the Sprint Galaxy Nexus on store shelves once April 22nd rolls around? It's certainly a possibility, as Sprint has been known to release new phones on Sundays in the past, and the dates for some of the other devices on this list (Lucid and Galaxy S Blaze 4G) are accurate. Of course, nothing's official until Sprint makes it so, so for now you'll probably just want to use a pencil to circle the 22nd on your calendar. We'll be sure to let you know when Sprint confirms the launch date for the Galaxy Nexus and LG Viper so that you can switch to pen. How many of you are planning on checking out the Sprint Galaxy Nexus and LG Viper when they hit stores?
Via The Verge