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The Now Network has inched one step closer to being able to provide the Galaxy Nexus for their consumers. The device has just hit the FCC and, as promised, those sweet LTE radios are sitting inside. (Good riddance, WiMax!) Alongside LTE, we’ve got radios for Sprint’s 3G, 2G, and voice, as well as NFC and Bluetooth. It appears their device will stack up similarly to Verizon’s, though nothing can be confirmed at the time. Unfortunately there’s still no expected release window to be confirmed, but Sprint’s launching their LTE network in mid-2012 so it would appear that we’ll be seeing it creep into the Summer months. I’m sure Sprint won’t launch the phone without the network up and running somewhere so don’t bank on it any time before then. [FCC - , via]