Sprint Samsung Galaxy Nexus pseudo confirmed through online ad, to come with LTE and a 1.5GHz CPU?

Sprint Samsung Galaxy Nexus pseudo confirmed through online ad, to come with LTE and a 1.5GHz CPU?

If you’re hot into the rumor bin, then you’ll love this one.

In an ad that likely wasn’t supposed to be seen yet with information we’re not supposed to know,  Sprint gives away the following:

  • The Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be coming to Sprint
  • It will have LTE
  • It will be clocked at 1.5 GHz
  • It will be released at CES

Now, granted, this is all here say, but it’s all looking pretty legit. The LTE and 1.5 GHz parts are seen above, and – according to the source – the ad had “CES live feed” plastered at the bottom.

What do you  think? Did Sprint / Samsung / *Insert random advertising agency here* mess up? Let us know what you think in the comments!

Source: an.droid-life

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8 Comments

  1. Jamie Carl
    January 05, 18:32 Reply

    I think this is even more hilarious because the ad was on a page for the Nikon D4 which, isn’t “supposed to be seen yet with information
    we’re not supposed to know”.

  2. tim
    January 07, 12:52 Reply

    I have my doubts as to its legitimacy. Also even if its anoinced at CES that does not mean it will be released there. Assuming the add is legit the clock speed is Rutherford a typo or else Google is gonna up the speed on all of them. They are gonna want all three versions of the device as close as possible for updates and a faster clock speed also means a different kernel.

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