Preorders started on Monday for the all-you-can eat-data carrier Sprint for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus that will go on sale in stores on Sunday, April 22.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is well-liked for its "pure Google experience" Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and 4.65" Super AMOLED touchscreen along with 32GB of storage 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 5MP camera, NFC and 4G LTE connectivity.
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich adds some features such as Android Beam, Face Unlock, a new UI and improved camera (see all features and video). Sprint is the first carrier to offer Google Wallet with NFC in the United States.
We can't tell if it will sell-out in stores on Sunday, however, it is always a good idea to call your local Sprint store to see if you can make an appointment.
The BestBuy.com website shows that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G from Sprint will "ship after April, 22."
The best deal we could find for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is from Wirefly where buyers get a discounted price and $50 Google Wallet credit, cutting close to $100 off the price. Use coupon code WIREFLY 4g12 for a FREE 4GB microSD card with purchase.
Radioshack is another popular place to buy new Sprint smartphones, calling your local store, may show a some in stock.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus appeared in Wireless and Mobile News' top best coolest smartphones of 2011 only two weeks of sales in the United States.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is not without problems, the battery can drain quickly if not managed. Wireless and Mobile News has been following Nexus and reported the latest news and tips for preserving battery life.