The Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy S III for Sprint have both received small OTA updates with small bug fixes, but perhaps most notable is that these updates enable the LTE radios by default. Interestingly enough, the HTC EVO 4G LTE is said to also be getting another small OTA soon that will also enable LTE by default.
This is according to a recent report from Phandroid, which cites sources from within Sprint. However, I’m not quite convinced of the validity of this statement, given that the EVO 4G LTE already had LTE turned on by default – at least in the several units I’ve looked at.
In any case, the device still does need a few bug fixes, so hopefully any future OTA update will address that. Namely, there are still some calendar/tasks bugs, along with that pesky menu bar at the bottom of the screen that appears unnecessarily in some apps. Additionally, I’ve read reports of some users with continued WiFi connectivity problems.
Time will tell, of course, but hopefully Sprint and HTC will at least be able to fix these remaining bugs soon, and then give us Jelly Bean shortly after.