By Stephen Schenck | October 21, 2011 3:33 PM
Although Samsung’s been a little back-and-forth over statements that the Galaxy Nexus will be first arriving on Verizon as a carrier exclusive, it does seem safe at this point to expect Verizon to be among the first carriers getting the handset, but the rest of the US carriers are still in an uncertain position. A new pic suggests Sprint may be making arrangements to prepare for Galaxy Nexus sales of its own.
The image in question depicts a shipping document referencing an order being received from Sprint by Sprint Preferred Retailer United Cellular. While it may not be for the phone itself, the slip depicts Sprint providing promotional posters for the Galaxy’s code name, the Nexus Prime. Now, there’s some wiggle room for how you might interpret this find, and it could very well end up being some big misunderstanding, but any way you look at it, it suggests Sprint anticipates being involved in future Galaxy Nexus sales. Just when those might kick-off, though, is anyone’s guess. With November almost here, though, Samsung needs to finish making its mind up soon about how it wants the Galaxy Nexus to arrive.