The official Google sign-up page for the Sprint Galaxy Nexus is now live, waiting for all Sprint subscribers to register for "more information". We've known it was coming since Sprint verified the rumors on January 9, and I know plenty of folks who are pretty darn excited at the prospect of an LTE powered Samsung Galaxy Nexus on the Now Network. And who could blame them? Ice Cream Sandwich on that gorgeous 720p display is a thing of real beauty, and pairing it with the last chance at unlimited data in the USA is a great idea.
It should be the networks first LTE device, and we know it's coming with 32 GB of storage. There's also a lot of rumors still going strong about features that may be different in the Sprint version. Some think there may be a higher CPU speed (don't count on that one) because of an early advertisement that showed it with a 1.5 GHz CPU which may have been a misprint. Also, because the folks at CES didn't want anyone to capture the back of the device on camera, many think it will have a larger stock battery than either the Verizon version or the GSM world version. We'll have to wait and see, because at this point nobody has a clue just when we're going to see this one on the shelves. Sprint's been cryptic, like smart companies always are, saying things like "soon" and "mid-2012". Anyone who claims to have a date is just guessing for the most part, so we're not going to add to the confusion.