We first heard about the Galaxy Nexus coming to Sprint through a poorly-timed advertisement, but the carrier made the device official several days later. What we still don't know is when the phone will be launching, but things appear to be moving closer: Google has gone live with a sign-up page for those interested in picking up the latest Android flagship. The Galaxy Nexus will be part of Sprint's first wave of LTE devices, coming after the carrier decided to abandon further development of WiMAX phones altogether in its new 4G push. When we took a look at the Sprint variant at CES we found it to be nearly identical to the Verizon version we've come to love, with the same dimensions and gorgeous 4.65-inch screen — though Sprint's model will be making a break from Verizon by incorporating Google Wallet. There's still no word on an official release date, but Sprint has stated they expect their first LTE markets to go live in the middle of this year. If you're interested in the meantime, head on over to the page itself and sign up!