On Monday, Sprint updated the company’s website to officially include the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Details surrounding the device were slim, with the only information available indicating that the handset would feature Google Wallet and a disappointing 16GB of internal storage. However, Sprint has reached out to us and informed us that the landing page was mislabeled. The Now Network’s first 4G LTE device will indeed have 32GB of storage, and not the previously reported 16GB. No release date has been announced, but with Sprint’s 4G LTE network expecting to launch in mid-2012, the Galaxy Nexus will most likely be available around the same time.

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