Mobile phone carrier Sprint is expected to add the Galaxy Nexus smartphone to its offering on April 22nd.
Previously, the carrier confirmed plans to make this device its first LTE-capable smartphone, but it did not offer specific info on when it would arrive on shelves.
Recent reports, however, claim that it will all go down on April 22nd. The info comes from an allegedly leaked document from Walmart, which lists other devices for the US market as well.
Sprint is also expected to launch the LG Viper LTE on April 15th, the said doc unveils.
Sprint is just kicking off LTE deployments around the country, and is trying to make sure that the service will be accompanied by appealing hardware right from the start.
The Galaxy Nexus flavor for Sprint is rumored to pack a 1.5GHz CPU inside, along with support for Google Wallet.