Nexus S 4G Lands At Sprint

We knew the Nexus S 4G was coming to Sprint, and as planned, the phone has arrived. The Nexus S 4G from Sprint is essentially the same phone we reviewed back in March, but with a WiMAX chip and EVDO connectivity. The Nexus S 4G is also the first phone to run Android 2.3, aka Gingerbread.

As you may recall, key specs for the Nexus S 4G include a 1 GHz Hummingbird processor, 16GB of built in memory, 4-inch Contour Display, Wi-Fi hotspot capabilities, Near Field Communication (NFC) support, and a 5 megapixel rear-facing camera and camcorder and front-facing VGA camera.

You can pick up the Nexus S 4G from Sprint for $199.99 after discounts and with a contract. Best Buy is also offering the phone with an additional discount to bring the total down to $149.99 for new customers.

Via:  Sprint
Comments
rapid1 3 years ago

Actually disappointed in big G on this one, you would think they would be right on the front lines technology wise, but there not. Don't get me wrong this was an awesome phone last year right! Dual core with better graphics will be the flavor of the month on all carriers by next month. So did they just release this to compare with apple on the iPhone 4 on Verizon or something. I just don't get it, while it does have positives as a solid phone, it is a Samsung, and Samsung themselves is dropping 2 or 3 dual core phones on the market next month which they make from top to bottom at least with major components. Ya'd think Google would be able to tale them into at least letting them have a dual core 750 right :)

HHGrrl 3 years ago

The Nexus S looks like a great phone, but rapid is right - dual core processors are the way of the future.

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