A recent statement confirming that the Sprint Samsung Galaxy Nexus will come with 32GB of storage space instead of the usual 16GB, came from Sprint themselves today. That's the second spec on the Sprint version of the Galaxy Nexus to receive an "upgrade" from the original specs of the Verizon version. The CPU on the Verizon version is sitting at 1.2GHz, whereas the Sprint version will bumped up to 1.5GHz.
Sadly, we still do not have any clue of a release date for the phone. It is destined to be one of Sprint's first 4G LTE phones, but I think most Sprint users would be willing to put up without 4G service just to get their hands on this phone a bit early. What do you think?