Sunday, May 8, 2011

Nexus S 4G CDMA now available with Sprint in US

Starting today consumers in US will have the Nexus S CDMA option as well to buy. Telecom operator Sprint has started selling Nexus S 4G in the country.  Integrated with Google Voice, Sprint Nexus S is the first pure Google device to support 4G network.

That's when your Pure Google device will be ready for use and abuse, though you'll have to accept the usual two-year commitment with Sprint and pay up the typical $200 entry fee. Intriguingly, the Nexus S 4G's release date matches up with a roadmap leak we saw recently, which also featured the Motorola Xoom launching on Sprint in "early May." Can't be long before that goes official as well now. Jump past the break for Sprint's PR regarding today's news. 

The smartphone is available online and in-store from Sprint retailers and Best Buy and Best Buy Mobile stores for $199.99 with a new two-year service agreement or eligible upgrade.

Nexus S 4G Video:

  • Nexus S 4G Features:
  • 1 GHz Hummingbird processor
  • 16 GB Internal Memory
  • 512 MB RAM
  • 4 inch Super AMOLED Contour Display
  • 5MP camera with front cam

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