We have some of the first Samsung Galaxy Nexus photos on the web, hands-on with Sprint’s first LTE phone, in the highest resolution of any member of the mobile media.
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Sprint did caution that these were prototypes of their form of the Galaxy Nexus, which will be only offered in its 32 GB version at launch. The phone was missing references to Google Wallet, but we were able to confirm that NFC and Google Wallet were intact on the device as of the prototypes shown.
Stay tuned later for the first live shots of the LG Viper, Sprint’s second LTE smartphone.
We do apologize for the quality of some of these photos, the lighting at Sprint’s CES aftershow is extremely poor, and Sprint is not making units available for behind-the-scenes access (such as, with proper lighting).
Update: Sprint confirmed to us that their version of the Galaxy Nexus LTE will indeed include NFC and Google Wallet support at-launch.