The rumor frenzy surrounding Google’s upcoming new Nexus phone continues, as new details emerge about one of the two Nexus handsets that will supposedly launch this fall. Earlier rumors have suggested that both Huawei and LG are working on their own next-gen Nexus handsets, with the former model said to be the bigger handset of the two.
Sprint’s latest Android smartphone, the Google Nexus S 4G, is now available across the country from Sprint retailers, Best Buy Mobile locations, and online. Google’s Samsung-built Nexus sequel features a 4-inch Super AMOLED display, a 1GHz Hummingbird processor, front and rear-facing cameras, NFC support and Google’s Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) operating system. The new Sprint version of the device features the exact same specs as the older Nexus S, but with the key addition of support for the carrier’s 4G WiMAX network. The Nexus S 4G is available immediately for $199.99 on contract or for $549.99 free and clear from Sprint — or for $149.99 on contract from Best Buy. Also, be sure to watch for our full review of the Nexus S 4G, which should be ready soon. More →
Sprint on Tuesday announced the imminent availability of its latest Android-powered smartphone, the Google Nexus S 4G. First unveiled last month just ahead of CTIA Wireless 2011, the Nexus S 4G is Sprint’s version of the second Google-branded Android smartphone, and it features the same impressive specs with one important addition: 4G WiMAX compatibility. Other key specs include a 4-inch Super AMOLED display, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, 16GB of internal memory and a “raw” Google experience with no manufacturer UI layers. The Nexus S 4G will be available from May 8th via all Sprint sales channels for $199.99 with a two-year contract. Hit the break for the full release.