With both Verizon and AT&T well ahead when it comes to LTE coverage, Sprint is dead set on making a mark. TechHog already exclusively confirmed that Sprint was going to keep their 4G LTE network unlimited, but it looks like the Now Network is prepping some pretty popular devices to make an impact when they flip the LTE switch to “on.”
We already knew about the LG Viper 4G, a mid-range $99 LTE device, the Pure Google Galaxy Nexus and the recently announced HTC EVO 4G LTE. But thanks to a possible “slip up” on Sprint’s on own website, we may know yet another device, the Samsung Galaxy Note.
As you can see from the picture above, that’s a Galaxy Note, with no branding and it’s massive 5.3-inch display. While it is entirely possibly this is just for advertising purposes and doesn’t mean anything, it’s more than likely a sign that Sprint will be picking up the Note, possibly called the Galaxy Journal and it will run on Sprint’s upcoming LTE network.