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Sprint Galaxy Nexus (LTE) Shows Up In Ad On CNET, Possibly Blows Sprint’s …

Update: The ad has been private from CNET, though we’ve defended a integrate images, below. Sounds like someone finally figured out a rather embarrassingly bad mistake they usually made.

Well, it looks like someone doing ad-serving for CNET pulled a trigger a small early. If we conduct over to this CNET page (it might be taken down soon, in fact, it roughly positively will) you’ll see an ad for a Sprint Galaxy Nexus, a initial 4G LTE phone to strike Sprint’s upcoming LTE network. Whoops. It looks 100% legit, and it looks like Sprint is formulation on removing it out flattering discerning judging by a advertisement:

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The people with a large leather chairs and power-ties during Sprint are expected going to be dissapoint about this. As for a rest of us, it’s substantially a best news of a year (albeit usually 5 days into a year). Oh, and did we discuss that this ad indicates Sprint’s Galaxy Nexus will be clocked during 1.5GHz out of a box (as against to a 1.2GHz Verizon version)? Interesting, indeed.

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