Sprint’s Galaxy Nexus has 32GB of Internal Storage

by: AlexanderJanuary 11, 2012

Great news for all of us looking for the Sprint Galaxy Nexus. The ads that had the Sprint Galaxy Nexus shown with only 16GB of storage seem to have been wrong. I emailed Sprint yesterday asking them why they weren’t offering the 32GB version, and they got back to me today saying that they are offering the 32GB version of the Galaxy Nexus. So now all your Sprint customers thinking of switching to Verizon just for the 32GB Galaxy Nexus don’t need to.

So now the question is will Sprint charge the same $299 that Verizon is charging? Or will it keep to it’s $199 pricing structure that they said they would keep for their LTE devices? We’ll have to wait and see what happens, I am hoping they keep the $199 pricing, it’s much better then $299 plus a 2-year contract.

We will have hands-on and much more coverage on the Sprint Galaxy Nexus in the coming days, so stay tuned. Who’s happy that the 16GB Galaxy Nexus magically turned into 32GB? Let us know in the comments.

  • Jim Bradbury

    Since the Nexus does not support SDHC, definitely glad they upped the storage to 32GB. This makes perfect sense with the price of flash memory these days. Also really like the bumped up processor speed to 1.5GHz. Now we’ll wait and see if the price is right.

  • Jayvadar

    If the price is 199 and there still isn’t any word on the Galaxy Note I may have found my successor to the Evo